When this couple promised to love each other “in sickness and in health,” they really meant it.
Roslyn Singleton was first diagnosed with cancer in 2013. The Navy veteran went through aggressive treatments and was declared cancer-free by 2016. So when she married Ray in 2018, they hoped those experiences would remain in the past.
But in October 2019, Roslyn was diagnosed with brain cancer. Since then, she’s received various treatments to beat the disease and live a healthy life. While it’s a daunting experience to relive, this time around, she’s glad to have Ray by her side!
He’s been there to lift her spirits at every step along the way. He constantly supports her through words of encouragement — and his gift for music.
So while Roslyn was undergoing her second brain surgery, Ray put together a tribute video in the waiting room. He included several photos of his gorgeous bride along with words that describe her, such as “resilient,” “graceful,” “beautiful,” and “warrior.”
As we see those powerful words flash across the screen, we also get to watch Ray play the piano with Roslyn beside him. He sings “Get You” by Daniel Caesar, and the combination of those sweet lyrics and the photo montage he created is enough to touch anyone’s heart!
“I told my pastor and God in front of a lot of people, I’m with her through sickness and health,” Ray said later. “And this is just a part of that.”
This journey may be difficult, but Roslyn said, “It’s like now, he just — he makes it OK.”
What an incredible demonstration of true love! We’re sending all our best thoughts to this wonderful couple. If you’re interested in learning more, you can find their GoFundMe page here.
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