Usually when people have an unexplained supernatural experience or think they have contact with those who have passed on, it’s described as spooky, eerie or even spin-tingling. Love What Matters posted a story and photo on its Facebook page involving the "Great Beyond" that can only be described as sweet. The story describes a a true-life version of the film “P.S. I Love You”-- A husband who died two years ago is still sending his wife flowers, jewelry and presents on every birthday and holiday. The deceased husband arranged for the presents to be sent to his wife before he died, so that she would be comforted through the rough times without him.
Kayla Miller sent the story in to Love What Matters. One of Miller’s coworkers is the widow who is the recipient of the gifts from her dead husband. Miller said that she decided to send in the story to Love What Matters because she thought it was a wonderful expression of real love. She said she also wants other girls and women to know that there is someone out there who will love them, deeply and intensely even in death, so they don’t have to settle for mediocre love and relationships.
Miller's Facebook post is transcribed below:
"I got to witness a real-life P.S. I Love You story. These flowers were delivered to work today for a lady I work with. They are from her husband who passed away two years ago. Every holiday/ birthday since his passing she has been receiving flowers, presents, and jewelry from him. Before he passed he lined all of this up for her so she wouldn't feel alone on those days that would be the hardest to spend apart. 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. 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. I hope this brightens your day and P.S. I Love You."