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“We never gave up. We kept thinking there’s something else we could do,” she says. “At the end of October, I think we all realized that her time could be shorter than we expected.” Heather spent the final months of her life at the hospital, where doctors advised the couple to move up their wedding date. They had originally planned a Dec. 30 wedding, but hospital officials warned the couple that Heather likely would not make it until then. Linda Lindsay (left) with daughter Heather Mosher “Heather said, ‘Well, what am I gonna do for Dec. 30?’ And they said, ‘Well, if everything works out you can have a second wedding,’ ” Lindsay recalls. “Heather said, ‘I love him so much, I’ll marry him twice.’ ” In emotional photos of the ceremony, Heather is shown in her hospital bed wearing a wedding gown and veil along with a breathing mask as her mother and father stand at her bedside. Lindsay says Heather had sewn a piece of lace from her late grandmother’s wedding dress into her own gown.
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