94-Year-Olds Find Love During The Pandemic
May 13, 2021
A couple in upstate New York, both widowed twice, was determined to hang onto love during the pandemic.
John Shults and Joy Morrow-Nulton / CBS News
John Shults and his girlfriend, Joy Morrow-Nulton, are both 94 years old.
Despite all the restrictions due to the pandemic, John and Joy were determined to make it work.
"She was worth it. It was a pain in the neck, though," John said of maintaining the relationship through the pandemic.
John's son Pete said the two would call each other every day.
"They'd find a way to get together. They did whatever it took," Pete said.
What it took, they say, was a return to simple pleasures, like long drives to nowhere, batting balloons around the house and a lot of selflessness.
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