A devoted husband took steps to ensure his wife wouldn’t feel lonely after his passing by arranging for future deliveries of flowers and gifts to be sent to her. Kayla Miller observed her colleague receiving stunning flower arrangements at the office and discovered that they were pre-ordered by her colleague’s deceased husband before his passing.

“I had the privilege of witnessing a real-life ‘P.S. I Love You story,” Kayla penned. “Today, these flowers were delivered to a lady I work with. They’re from her husband who passed away two years ago.”

For every holiday and birthday, Kayla’s coworker receives a variety of gifts from her late husband, including flowers, assorted presents, and jewelry. He arranged all of this before his passing, ensuring she wouldn’t feel alone during the toughest days apart.

“Since his passing, she has continued to receive flowers, gifts, and jewelry from him on every holiday and birthday. He had everything planned out for her beforehand, so she wouldn’t feel isolated on those difficult days apart.”

Seeing the enduring love of her coworker’s late husband served as a reminder to Kayla that true love exists.

“I’m sharing this story not just because it’s incredible and heartwarming, but to show that true love is genuine. You don’t have to settle for someone out of fear of not being loved by another. You don’t have to endure cheating, lies, or belittlement. You are valuable, and there’s someone out there who will love you eternally, even beyond this life. I hope this brings light to your day, and P.S. I Love You.”

2 Years After He Died, Wife Receives Flowers From Deceased Husband. The  Story Behind It Is Heart-wrenching. – InspireMore

The late husband’s profound love for his wife has touched the hearts of thousands online.

“How beautiful, what a lovely gift, just to know he’s still there even when he’s gone,” expressed one appreciative commenter.

“I am so happy to see a love like this, and I can only imagine how much she misses him,” commented Shellon B.

“It’s wonderful that her husband was able to do that. Many aren’t able to, but they love just as deeply and forever. I should know, my husband passed away 6 years ago, and even without gifts and flowers, I know he couldn’t have loved me more,” shared Mary M.

“My father used to leave my mom random notes and cute cards just because. I grew up hearing him not only acknowledge her in the morning but tell her how pretty she was. True love is awesome. I’m still looking, but at least I know what it looks like thanks to such a great man,” reminisced Connie S.