Police secure the perimeter of a home in Troy, NY, on Tuesday after four bodies were discovered in a basement apartment.Troy police say the deaths are being treated as suspicious.All that changed, however, when Wilson missed a few Saturdays and Lucinda felt his absence.Upon his return, she summoned the courage to approach him and say, "I haven't seen your beautiful smile lately." The pair started dating shortly after that and, one month later, he popped the question. Gianna Snell, who snapped the couple's now-viral engagement photo, says she recognized that their connection was special the moment she first laid eyes on them."It's not every day that you see senior citizens so excited and giddy about getting married," she wrote in a blog post after the photo session. That's why even on the day that I met this duo in the park to capture images for their engagement announcement, bystanders were drawn to them.When you think of engagement photos, you probably picture grinning couples in their 20s or 30s.
Later, Wilson's youngest daughter, Danita, sat the couple down to explain that their photo had gone viral."Viral?
Now no-one can confuse the video with a thoughtful argument.
If empty hostility like this vanished from American life (perhaps through some magical transfusion of decency and good judgment), the nation would be a better place.
But the engagement photo that's taking social media by storm this week isn't an image of young love — quite the opposite, actually.
It features a pair of smitten senior citizens, holding a sign with three simple words, proving that it's never too late to fall madly in love.