In 2012, lost Ken Watson from Wales, his beloved wife, Beryl.
recently slept the 87-year-old man also themselves into, but before it happened, he did in secret, something that neither his neighbors nor his family are ever going to forget.
Since she was born, developed the older gentleman a close relationship with the neighbor's daughter of the Cadi, who today is two years old.
After Ken watson's death was his own daughter in time to move his things through in the house, when she found a bag with 14 christmas gifts – all to the small Cadi.
Owen Williams remembers his first meeting with the neighbor Ken Watson, where he gave the dog a chocolate biscuits and won its eternal love. Private
The little girl's parents, Owen and Caroline Williams, could not hold back her tears as Ken watson's daughter knocked at the door to convey his findings to the correct recipient.
She said it was everything that her father had saved to the Cadi. It was all the christmas gifts he had bought for her, says Owen Williams for Wales Online.
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I took it in, and my wife was on FaceTime with his mother in Ireland. My wife started to get tears eyes, and so did I and her mother also, he continues.
Cadis parents can now only guess at how long their deceased neighbor used to go and collect gifts and pack them in to their little daughter, and it was supposed that he himself would have handed them to her. In each case, they will now give her a gift from Ken Watson every year, until she becomes 16 years of age.
Ken Watson lost his beloved wife six years ago. He is now himself dead. But not without leaving a last impression with his fellow human beings. Private
- I like the idea of opening a package every year and record it. It will be a good story for us as a family, " says Owen Williams, it seems, the story is somewhat reminiscent of a julefilm.
Familiefaderen remember that he and Caroline Williams made a great number out of that to go around among the neighbors to greet, when they moved in on the road three years ago.
Our elderly neighbour passed away recently. His daughter popped round a few moments ago clutching a large plastic sack. In the sack were all the Christmas presents he'd bought for *our* daughter for the next thirteen years. pic.twitter.com/6CjiZ99Cor— Owen Williams (@OwsWills) December 17, 2018
The day was Ken Watson not at home, but the day after they heard a loud hammering.
I went out to examine it, and there was Ken in blue overalls hovering in front of the facade of his house on a 20-meter high rise.
- At the first meeting, he gave our dog a chocolate biscuits. She loved him from the moment, laughing Owen Williams.
We're definitely going to open one every year till 2032, by the way. It'll be our way of remembering an immensely generous gentleman - our new Christmas tradition. the— Owen Williams (@OwsWills) December 19, 2018
We'll add the pics to this thread for as long as Twitter is still a thing!
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