While pink is often associated with Valentine's Day, there's also a lot of love in the Browns...
Dan and Elouise Brown first met at Southern Oregon College in Ashland.
"Both of us loved to dance." Recalls Elouise Brown. "And I thought he was quite handsome as you can see in the picture."
"Well, she was a good-looking honey, for one thing." Remembers Dan Brown. "She could dance well...I just liked to dance - it was a way to cuddle the girls."
But Dan would only cuddle Elouise after they were married in June of 1949.
"Well, she was a fighting Irishman, and I was a dumb Swede." Says Dan. "So we were opposites. And opposites attract each other."
"We just seemed to like the same things." Agreed Elouise. "And we had two children - and they were very nice children."
Dan and Elouise Brown now reside at Quail Park at Crystal Terrace.
When asked if there's a secret to their lengthy romance, Elouise says: "I don't know what kept us together. Just because we loved each other, I guess. That was the most important thing. Whether we agreed on anything or not, it was still there."
Dan Brown agrees: "We never had any doubts about our long-term goals in life."
The Browns will celebrate 64 years of marriage in June.
Showing that perhaps, love is more of a journey than a destination.