In honor of Valentine's Day, we felt it appropriate to put together a list of the top three stories that made our hearts melt.
In our No. 3 spot, Jessica Kensky, who was injured in the Boston Marathon bombings, wanted to make this Valentine's Day special for her husband, who was also hurt in the blast. (Via The Boston Globe)
'Marathon bombing survivors, parents, nurses and first responders descended upon Copley Place, just a block from the bombing as a Valentine's surprise for Patrick Downes." (Via CBS)
Yes, that's right: She surprised him with a flash mob. How cool! Kensky told WBZ-TV the surprise was really meaningful for both her and her husband.
"The special part for me was all the familiar faces through the last 10 months who were part of our recovery, so to do something where we're all up and dancing and celebrating ... it's just really fun."
We're sure Downes was amazed. Good luck toppng that next year!
Coming in at No. 2 is this message written in the snow by Tyler Morrick for his fiancee, Rachel. (Via WLS-TV)
"Tyler Morrick says that some of the snow was two and a half feet deep. It took him about an hour and a half to make the heart part. Oh, that looks good." (Via HLN)
The Beacon-News says the message, which reads "I love you. Will you be my Valentine?" took Morrick more than four hours to create.
We hope she said yes after all that effort. The couple has been engaged for two and a half years.
Our No. 1 love story of the week? Alexandra Rall married the love of her life, Jeremy Lazorka, live on "Good Morning America." (Via ABC)
"You may kiss the bride!"
Daily Mail says it was important to the couple to tie the knot on Valentine's Day because Jeremy's parents were married on this exact day 33 years ago.
To make this wedding even more special, "GMA" had John Legend stop by to sing "All of Me" for the newly married couple's first dance. (Via ABC)
The show even gifted the couple with a trip to Hawaii for their honeymoon.
Happy Valentine's Day, everyone!