They Look Like Any Other Couple, But Their Story Of True Love Will Make You Cry.
Each and every day, young couples meet each other by chance or by circumstance, fall in love, and plan on spending their lives together. Sometimes, the relationship works out, other times, it doesn’t, and sometimes, the pair face challenges together that they never thought possible. Taylor and Danielle are one of those couples, and their story will break your heart into a million pieces — but down worry, they’ll all get put back together again in the end.
They met young, and Taylor decided to further his career by enlisting in the armed forces. Before he left, the two cultivated a love like most young couples’: Unselfish, caring, and full of laughter. However, months later Taylor and Danielle would be faced with what to most would feel like an insurmountable challenge. Though many relationships wouldn’t have survived such tragedy, theirs only grew stronger. Seeing them go from then to now is truly inspiring — if only all love was as strong as this.
At first glance, Taylor and his girlfriend seem like any other couple.
Taylor was a natural athlete with a calm disposition, and it’s what drew his girlfriend to him in the first place. They both loved sports, extreme activities, and just being together.
It was Taylor’s love of intense activities and physical challenges that led him to enlist.
He was part of the Navy’s Explosive Ordinance Disposal or EOD. The mission of EOD is to deal with improvised explosive devices and weapons of mass destruction by defeating, attacking , and disarming them.
This is Taylor and Danielle before he was deployed.
As you can see, they’re busy with the business of doing things that all young couples do while in love.
Naturally, Kelly was going to stay by his side throughout his deployment, no matter what happened.
A love like this isn’t just something you give up simply when times get hard.
Unfortunately, that’s something this couple knows all too well.
After Taylor was deployed, it wasn’t long before tragedy would befall these two lovebirds.