I went to a Vietnamese wedding today with my daughter. The groom's father, who lives next door said that as we had been friends for many years maybe in 10 or 20 years when we are gone our children will still be friends.
That made me feel a bit old, then the assistant priest came up after and said he remembered me teaching from when he went to primary school..
Time must be running out but they were finally reunited.
An 81-year-old Irish woman has described herself as the "happiest person alive" after finding her birth mother following a 61-year search for her family.
Eileen Macken, who was brought up in an orphanage in Dublin, first began looking for her birth family when she was 19 and had continued to hunt in order to find out medical history for her children. Macken had first contacted an Irish radio station last year looking for help in tracking down her relatives. Following the interview, she was contacted by a genealogist who worked tirelessly to finally reunite Macken with her birth mother. The 81-year-old contacted the station again to tell them the good news, explaining that she had enjoyed a phone call already with her 103-year-old mother, who now lives in England and has two other sons.
"I can't believe it, and when I got the word that she was alive, all I wanted to do is to meet her," she told the station.
A World War Two veteran who asked to be sent 100 cards for his 100th birthday says he is "really excited" to have received thousands from all over the world.
A photograph of Joe Cuba holding a handwritten sign has been shared thousands of times on social media. It reads: "I'm a WW2 veteran who will be turning 100 on 2 March 2019. I would like to receive 100 birthday cards." So far, he has received 10,000 cards - and his birthday is still days away. Joe told BBC News: "I really didn't expect all the cards. I got a whole bunch of them - and I couldn't thank everyone enough."