LEXINGTON, Ky. (LEX 18)– Following a fall that broke the lady’s hip, a couple said their pledges in the Baptist Health Lexington Hospital Chapel Monday evening.
The emergency clinic said that 67-year-old Carol Stevenson, of Lexington, and 73-year-old Everett Conyers, of Nicholasville, have been locked in since Thanksgiving.
They had been tensely anticipating their May tenth wedding, when a cracked hip changed their arrangements. Stevenson fell in her Lexington home on Friday. She had medical procedure at Baptist Health on Saturday.
With some physical recovery, Stevenson ought to be up in half a month, however the medical clinic said there was the matter of who might deal with Stevenson amid her recuperation.
Her life partner demanded he would deal with her, however the pair are both faithful Christians and felt it is inappropriate to live respectively before getting hitched.
So Monday evening, with the assistance of the Baptist Health Lexington staff and a couple of companions, the couple had a wedding in the medical clinic church. Their Sunday teacher, resigned Fayette Circuit Court Judge James Ishmael Jr., played out the function.
The wedding was hung on Conyers’ birthday.
“Having the capacity to wed her is the best birthday present I’ve at any point gotten,” said the husband to be.
The wedding cake was provided by the emergency clinic’s dietary administrations.