Since he was 11, Swift Myers has been battling a severe case of Ewing’s sarcoma.
But for someone who’s been fighting cancer on and off for seven years, you’d hardly know it to look at this fun-loving guy full of life.
Swift knew his time was running short, but there was no other way he’d rather spend the rest of his days on earth than with Abbi.
When the nurses at Children’s Hospital at Saint Francis in Tulsa, Oklahoma, overheard the news, they wasted no time whipping together a dream wedding for the couple to be set for the next day.
One of Swift’s teachers paid for their wedding rings as a gift, and collectively, the determined team of nurses got a wedding planner, pastor and photographer ready for the big day.
The whole community came together to give these lovebirds the magical wedding they deserved.
“They are two incredible kids, so you do everything you can to make their dreams come true,” said Swift’s history teacher, Kendra Roulet.
“There were 100 people who showed up to witness what I thought was the most romantic thing I’ve ever seen,” she added. “I even spotted some outside peeking through the window.”
Watching the incredible ceremony for yourself in the video below:
While friends and family were fearful that Swift was nearing the end, everyone saw a renewed sense of hope and peace fill his soul as he locked eyes and exchanged vows with the woman who’s kept him strong through it all.
May their future, however long or short, be filled with endless joy and love abounding. Congrats to this happy couple!