Husband Who Lost Cancer Battle Sends Wife Valentine’s Gift

Losing a life partner feels like losing half of who you are. It is difficult to describe the pain and heartbreak from this loss. Similarly, a woman broke into tears when she received flowers on Valentine day from his husband after he died from a long-term illness.

Randy Tenney, a 65-year-old person from Arizona, USA, recently died in last December due to brain cancer known as glioblastoma. Like every Valentine, this Valentine also he wanted to make his wife Debbie feel special. But due to his disease, he knew that on Valentine, he wouldn’t be with his wife. So to make it up, he arranged flowers for his wife and made sure she would get it on February 14.

The whole moment in which Debbie was receiving her last bouquet from Randy, was captured in a camera. The video of whole heartbreaking moment was made and it showed how the lady started crying just after receiving her gift. With flowers there was a note also with a sweet poem on it. Randy wrote to Debbie on a card “Roses are red; Violets are blue, yelling from Heaven that I will always love you.” It was a love note from her eternal Valentine, RT.

This adorable couple tied the knot in 1974 and was childhood sweethearts. Debbie took her sweet special surprise to social media and shared the videos and photos of it in the Facebook. She said in her post “couldn’t think of anything sweeter” and expressed her feelings with the post and told everyone that how much she missed her late husband. Her post had been loved by many people and shared by 67,000 times.

Today I got a special delivery straight from heaven. Randy set this up before he passed away and I can’t think of anything sweeter. I miss my valentine so much. He’s the best ❤️💔❤️

Posted by Deb Taylor Tenney on Thursday, February 13, 2020

She captioned her post with “Today I got a special delivery straight from heaven. Randy set this up before he passed away and I can’t think of anything sweeter. I miss my valentine so much. He’s the best.” With his wife, Randy was survived by his eight children, 33 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. A family friend of Randy, who owned a flower shop, helped him to arrange the delivery ‘straight from heaven’ months in advance.

Jordan, one of the sons of Randy and Debbie, said that no matter what how busy schedule his father had, he always took out time for him and his siblings. He added that Randy was a social person and nearly 400 people attended his funeral. Jordan said “He had eight kids, but he always made me feel like an only child. His philosophy was scattering sunshine, spreading happiness.

Many widows send their condolences to Debbie through their comments. One woman wrote “I absolutely love this. Being a widow is exceptionally hard, and these little gestures really make an impact. I love that she has this gift from her love. Another lady shared her similar experience and wrote “I lost my husband and soulmate on December 7, 2019. He always gave me a red rose for each year of our marriage. Yesterday the doorbell rang and there were my roses. “Love to Mama Bear from Papa Bear”. My daughter had made sure they were delivered.

This whole incident melted many people’s heart and all felt very connected to Debbie.