What is Love

My good friend Krissy sent this to me via FB today and I thought of sharing it with you guys too! This video is a real tearjerker and I wish this kind of love for all of my friends!♥

I’ve been married for barely 3 months and my husband has already breathed life into the words “in sickness and in health” by taking care of me these past 2 weeks. When I was recovering from surgery and unable to move, he brushed my hair, fed me, bathed me, washed my feet, and even put moisturizer on my face! hehehe! 🙂 I love you so much FILART!

What Is Love? from cvcnow on Vimeo.

10 Responses to What is Love

  1. Thank You for sharing this Ms.Pat , makes me truly believe that LOVE can be forever. Ms. Pat, can you be my prayer warrior and help me pray for this kind of love too. I’ve been feeling low lately and doubting love nowadays. Help my heart to be inspired and whole again. To wait patiently and humbly for this type of love.
    Thank You Very Much.

    Feel better soon!

  2. awww patty, thanks for sharing this video. this just made me cry. hope you don’t mind if i share the video to my friends. god bless and hope you get well soon too 🙂

  3. Awww. I was still crying after I finished watching. Haaay. I felt like I’m watching “The Notebook.” Even cynics would believe in love if they watch this video. Thank you for sharing, Patty. Praying for your speedy recovery. 🙂
    P.S. You and your husband are blessed to have found this kind of love with each other. Stay happy, and in love. 🙂

  4. What a great video to start my morning! God’s love is truly unmeasurable and it is a great thing if we get to experience this kind of love in our lifetime. I’m blessed. I have the greatest husband(for me, that is!)! I’m sure your Filart is the greatest, too. 😉 Get well soon!

  5. Hi Ms. Patty this video shows what’s the real meaning of love. About your post operation dilemmas, I suddenly remember mine too after I have been operated with thyroidectomy also in Manila back in October 2010. I can’t move an inch and have to adjust with the setting of someone have to take a bath of me, wash my clothes and plates and change my bandage of not yet healed post operation scars. It’s really difficult of not doing your usual routine. I have to make a 1-2 months complete bed rest. Thanks to my Aunt who had been there for me all throughout before and after operation and also to the generous house help of my Aunt who had been helping me in the recovery process.

  6. Hi, Patty!

    Actually, wala pang 1 minute yung video, napaiyak na ako agad. I remember my mom and dad. My mom is sick and as I watch the video, para bang nakita ko si Mama at Papa na magiging ganun din sila in the near future, na kahit matanda na, nag-a-alagaan pa rin.

    This post gave me hope, that I could also find a man who will take care of me until the end. A man who will never leave me, a man who is like my father. Thanks for this post, Patty. God bless you and Patrick. 🙂