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"It’s getting rarer that two people decide to spend the rest of their lives together. But it was kind of like a fairy tale for us."

-Carol Harris, on marrying her husband George Raynes, 75 years after sharing their first kiss together
So sweet.

"It’s getting rarer that two people decide to spend the rest of their lives together. But it was kind of like a fairy tale for us."

-Carol Harris, on marrying her husband George Raynes, 75 years after sharing their first kiss together
So sweet.

"It’s getting rarer that two people decide to spend the rest of their lives together. But it was kind of like a fairy tale for us."

-Carol Harris, on marrying her husband George Raynes, 75 years after sharing their first kiss together

So sweet.

"Once I had my family safe, that’s all that mattered."

- Retired ferry boat captain Charlie Aman, who lost his Staten Island home during Hurricane Sandy, in this week’s PEOPLE

"Once I had my family safe, that’s all that mattered."

- Retired ferry boat captain Charlie Aman, who lost his Staten Island home during Hurricane Sandy, in this week’s PEOPLE

"Our hope is that these photos will raise an awareness for conservation, biodiversity, and encourage people to appreciate and protect animals of all shapes and sizes."

- 16-year-old Tallon Nightwalker, who has been taking his picture with every new animal species he encounters (840 so far), on Facebook
"Our hope is that these photos will raise an awareness for conservation, biodiversity, and encourage people to appreciate and protect animals of all shapes and sizes."

- 16-year-old Tallon Nightwalker, who has been taking his picture with every new animal species he encounters (840 so far), on Facebook

"Our hope is that these photos will raise an awareness for conservation, biodiversity, and encourage people to appreciate and protect animals of all shapes and sizes."

- 16-year-old Tallon Nightwalker, who has been taking his picture with every new animal species he encounters (840 so far), on Facebook

"I mean $500 on a pizza."

- Aaron Collins, who had a dying wish to leave “an awesome tip” for a waiter or waitress, in his will
"I mean $500 on a pizza."

- Aaron Collins, who had a dying wish to leave “an awesome tip” for a waiter or waitress, in his will

"I mean $500 on a pizza."

- Aaron Collins, who had a dying wish to leave “an awesome tip” for a waiter or waitress, in his will