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Albany Schaffer is a volleyball player at the University of Louisiana Monroe, and due to her hard work and dedication to both her team and her academics, she was just given a full ride scholarship! She calls up her mom and dad to share the incredible news, and the tears are flowing.

Next, Air Force veteran James Gauthier and his wife, Lynn, have been through a lot together. After 50 years of marriage, on their anniversary, James has a special surprise for her. The whole family is in on it as he walks up to the love of his life and asks her to marry him for the third time. That's not all...their grandkids even got ordained online so they could officiate the wedding. We're not crying, you're crying!

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