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Co-Workers Stunned When Husband Sends Woman Flowers - They Thought He Was Dead

One woman was always getting gifts whenever special occasions came around. For holidays, birthdays and anniversaries, she'd receive deliveries of flowers, jewelry and other presents.

When co-workers asked who the lovely deliveries were from, the woman told them the gifts were from her husband. This puzzled them, as they thought he'd died two years earlier. What was going on here? Since when do spirits shop retail stores?

It was a mystery, but when one co-worker figured it out, she wanted to cry. She shared the inspiring story to Facebook to remind people that they deserve true love, and that it really is out there.

Kayla Miller, an employee at Gladhill Pest Control & Property Services, noticed what was going on when she saw her co-worker receive a huge bouquet of roses on her birthday. She asked who sent it, and the woman told her the flowers were from her deceased husband. She then went on to share the story, and Miller was touched.

Miller snapped a photo of the flowers and posted it to Facebook's 'Love What Matters' page to relay the real-life 'P.S. I Love You' situation. The woman's husband did, indeed, pass away two years ago.

Before he died, he was worried that after he passed his wife would be lonely without him. He especially knew certain days would be difficult for her.

The man arranged to have the gifts sent to his wife after he was gone. He already picked the gifts out, lined it all up and every order was scheduled way in advance.

It seems he did not want her to feel alone on those difficult days without him. The ghostly gifts just keep coming from beyond the grave, reassuring the woman years after her husband’s death of just how loved she was.

“You should see her face light up when the delivery comes,” Miller wrote about her co-worker. “She loves it when people ask her about the flowers because she gets to tell her love story over and over again.

She gets to relive those moments and tells me every time that she isn’t looking for someone else. She knows they will stop one day, but for now, she enjoys the reminders of what they had.”

It got Miller thinking about what true love is, and how people don't have to settle.

"I am sharing this story not only because it's amazing and it warms my heart, but to show girls that true love is real," Miller explained. "You don't have to settle for someone because you think no one else will love you. You don't have to put up with being cheated on or lied to or being talked down to. You are a prize to be won, and there is someone out there that will love you forever and even through the afterlife."

Miller added, "I hope this brightens your day and P.S. I Love You."

Source: Independent Journal Review
Photos: Kayla Miller/Facebook, pxhere, Lindsay/Flickr

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