GAFFNEY, S.C. (WSPA) – Peachtree Centre Short-Term Rehab, Skilled Nursing and Assisted Living residents offered some Valentine’s Day advice through social media Wednesday.
7 News went by Peachtree Centre on Valentine’s Day to talk with the love experts.
“Even when my husband’s not here, I’ve got all the love right here,” Evelyn Soto said about her friends at Peachtree Centre.
“I do love these people. They’re my family,” Evelyn Reynolds added.
If you’re looking for love, look no further than the Peachtree Centre in Gaffney.
Every day is filled with love, but Valentines Day just happens to be one of their favorites.
“I just think it’s something that makes everybody happy,” Reynolds said.
“It’s a beautiful day to celebrate the love you have for one another,” Soto added.
Not only is Peachtree Centre decked out in hearts and flowers, but the residents there have some of the best love stories to share.
“We were married 38 years,” Reynolds said. “He was everything to me.”
Reynolds and several others at Peachtree Centre told 7 News they believe in love at first sight.
“We dated three weeks and one day. Then, we got married,” Reynolds said.
“He used to ride a bicycle and he used to wear these shorts,” Soto said. “I fell in love with his legs, because he had sexy legs.”
But how do you truly know if you’ve found “the one?” Well, the Peachtree ladies have the answers.
“He was always willing to do things for me and take me places I had never been,” Reynolds said.
“You can complete each other’s sentences,” Soto added. “That’s how you really know.”
And if you ask these love experts what their secrets are to make a relationship last, they’ve got those answers, too.
“Be best friends first and it will eventually grow into love,” Maggie Gossett said.
“Just be good to one another and it will last,” Diane Ramsey said. “Keep God number one.”
“Talk out your problems, and always kiss and make up,” Reynolds said. “The best thing is to never go to bed mad.”
Check out some more of the love advice they had to give: