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Husband Treats Blind Wife With Most Romantic Gift of All Time.

Leslie Tander

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When you want to show your wife that you care, you might think of bringing her a beautiful bouquet. Maybe you’ll even include some chocolate and a handmade card with the gift that you give your loving wife. For Mr. Kuroki, he wanted to bring more than just a bouquet to his wife. He wanted to bring her an entire lawn filled with them. Don’t understand? Keep on reading, by the end of our conversation, you’ll be ready to cry tears of joy.

We have to go back in time to 1956 to see Mr. and Mrs. Kuroki get married. Mrs. Kuroki would end up moving in with her new husband on his dairy farm, located in Shintomi, Japan. According to a report by The Telegraph, the couple lived there for thirty blissful years of marriage before planning their retirement in order to travel around the country. Tragically, their plans would not come to fruition, at least not in the way that they expected. 

When Mrs. Kuroki was 52-years-old, she ended up losing her vision. Mrs. Kuroki had suffered from diabetes and complications related to the disorder would take her vision completely away. As a result, Mrs. Kuroki began to stay inside all day. Mr. Kuroki knew that his wife was dealing with a heavy burden. What’s more, he knew that he had to do something to bring her joy.

Out on his dairy farm, Mr. Kuroki had noticed that many visitors had stopped to admire his pink shibazakura garden. These beautiful flowers, often referred to as moss phlox, had a beautiful scent to them that would waft over the farm. Unfortunately, Mr. Kuroki’s garden was too small to really send the pleasant scent up to their home. Instead of taking his wife a bouquet, Mr. Kuroki decided that he would fill the yard with pink shibazakura until their scent wafted over the entire property.

Mr. Kuroki would end up planting one of the most stunning gardens in the entire region. Visitors would come from all over to look at the flowers and take in their calming aroma. While the garden had brought joy to all the visitors passing by, something more important happened back at home. Mrs. Kuroki could smell the scent from the home, and she decided that she wanted to experience them for herself. Despite still being blind, Mr. Kuroki walked her down to the garden where her face was completely transformed in an expression of pure joy. Her smile, as captured in several photos and videos, is bright enough to grow another garden filled with beautiful flowers.

According to Mr. Kuroki, the flower garden tribute that he grew for his wife now brings in more than 7,000 visitors per day. Their cowshed, which was once dedicated to making ends meet, has since been turned into a display that tells the story of their love. If you want to see the garden of love for yourself, you know exactly where to find it. Maybe you’ll even find Mr. and Mrs. Kuroki taking a walk through the flowers when you stop on by!

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35 Life Hacks That Will Revolutionize Your Life

Lea Lomas

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Life is all about learning and as we age, boy, do we learn a lot! In order to make the most out of the wisdom we gain from age, we’ve decided to collect 35 of the most clever life hacks on the internet. You can use these simple life hacks for everything from work and travel to getting chores done faster around the house. 

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35 Life Hacks That Will Revolutionize Your Life

Sherry Rucherman

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Life is all about learning and as we age, boy, do we learn a lot! In order to make the most out of the wisdom we gain from age, we’ve decided to collect 35 of the most clever life hacks on the internet. You can use these simple life hacks for everything from work and travel to getting chores done faster around the house. 

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A Koala Mother Babysits Three Joeys

Mackenzie Freeman

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The parents who have several young children at home often talk about the challenges that they face. Caring for even one very young child is certainly difficult. Having three kids like this just multiplies all of the associated obstacles. Strangely enough, many animal parents don’t quite seem to have the exact same issues. Then again, it’s possible that koala parents might have some of the same problems. 

Very young children tend to squirm and kick whenever they’re held. Parents who have twins sometimes have a difficult time holding both of the kids at once for that reason. They might get used to it, but it still might pose a lot of challenges physically. These situations are even tougher on the parents who actually have triplets. There are koala mothers who have to care for three joeys at once. A koala mother at the Billabong Zoo was in that situation recently. 

Human parents have certain inherently advantages. The fact that humans are comparatively tall certainly helps. Human infants and toddlers are very small compared to their parents. Many animal parents are not as fortunate, including the koala mother at Australia’s Billabong Zoo.

While these koala joeys are actually capable of climbing trees on their own, they seem to prefer resting on her back. While they’re still smaller than she is, the size difference is actually relatively modest. The mother koala seems to be only around three times the size of each individual joey. Since there are three of them, she seems to be at least somewhat overwhelmed. 

The koala joeys can’t seem to sit still, and all four of them seem as if they’re struggling to get comfortable and stay that way. They aren’t resting peacefully on the mother’s back. Instead, they’re constantly shifting and stepping on her. As this is happening, she’s still trying to hold onto the tree. They almost look as if they’re scratching her at times, which is enough to make anyone feel sorry for the mother koala.

It’s an entertainingly adorable image, but the mother koala still seems to be struggling to keep up with all of these joeys. She’s being remarkably patient, especially when people consider the situation overall. These koala joeys were not actually hers. She was just looking after them.

This sort of thing might surprise a lot of people, since koalas are not especially social animals. In fact, plenty of relatively unsocial animals will care for babies that aren’t theirs. They’ll still have the caregiver instinct, which can be helpful in a zoo environment. 

Koala joeys are actually very strongly connected to their parents emotionally. They spend months in pouches, and aren’t even remotely independent for a full year. It takes them even more time to become truly independent, and they’re still very attached to their parents from that point onward. This koala is not actually their mother, but they have the same sort of bonding instinct that her actual children would have. She’s acting as their mother, and that appears to be good enough for the joeys. 

Even though they could spend time on the tree alone, many of them are not going to want to do so. Koalas are generally very inactive animals. The mother koala in particular just seems to want to rest, and the joeys are not making that easy. Still, as energetic as they are, the joeys still settle down some of the time. 

It almost looks as if all four of them are going to fall any second. Still, all koalas are adapted to this sort of situation, and they’re astonishingly good at staying on trees. 

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