This was one of those; once in a lifetime moments, where you can literally have one Last dance with a loved one before they pass on. There wasn't a dry eye at the wedding at the sight of Luke, the groom, as he started dancing with his mother, who is confined to a wheelchair Luke's mom is suffering from ALS and because of this ailment, she is unable to move without her wheelchair, and then, it was time for the Mother & Son dance at her son's wedding day.
Luke takes his mother's hands and leads her to the dance floor. They begin to dance. Luke slowly sways and swings, as Mariah Cary's "Hero" is being played in the background. What happened next was just too much; Luke got on his knees and proceeded to lead his Mum in the dance. His mother couldn't hold back the tears any longer, and started weeping.
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Time doesn't wait for anyone. So treasure every moment you have. If you share your time with someone special, you'll treasure it even more... and this is what the groom did, on his wedding day. Many have said, "Every moment on a wedding day is very special."
These precious moments deserve to be captured on video and treasured for generations to come.
This moment, was made all the more special by the fact that Luke's mum passed away shortly after the wedding. May she rest in peace, knowing she left the gift of a lifetime to her son, in his wedding video - Luke is a true Wedding Dance Hero.
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