Losing someone you hold dear is something which is unfathomable. A loss so deep, so heartbreaking that it shakes you to the very core – a thing which someone would definitely not want to even imagine. Indeed it is one of the most painful experiences one can ever go through, for great amounts of emotional strength is required to cope up with it. I mean, nothing can replace those moments which you and your beloved had spent together. And I bet that strongest of hearts will melt after reading the real story which comes with this picture of a rose with a note.
Getting over such a loss can be even more challenging as it takes a considerable amount of time too. But time will back you up. Recently a tweet seems to have become viral on Twitter. Bishop Vesey’s Grammar School Rowing Club tweeted about a note and a rose which was apparently left near a lake by a woman who lost her husband. Their gesture will make you believe that humanity exists!
Have a read at what was written in the note:
“Please can someone throw this into the lake for me? My late husband’s ashes are in the lake and I can’t get to the lakeside in my wheelchair anymore and gates are locked – have to drive back up north tonight. Thank you x.”
Doing what was right the tweet made by Bishop Vesey’s Grammar School Rowing Club also featured the image of the rose which gracefully floated above the lake water.
Take a look at the tweet:
This note was left on the gate at the water this afternoon. No name or number left but whoever you are, rest assured your rose is in place in the middle of the lake. pic.twitter.com/GAQcbQRSZJ
— BVGS Rowing (@BVGSRowing) October 18, 2018
It didn’t take much time for the tweet to get viral, and soon numerous reactions started coming in on the microblogging site.
Take a look at what Tweeples had to say about this picture of a rose with a note:
Faith in humanity – restored ❤
— Mouth of Sauron (@simon_lindsell) October 18, 2018
I hope that this woman knows that her message went viral, and is being appreciated in the United States. Love, condolences, and many thanks to the people who shared this bit of humanity. We are better people for sharing this.
— AtléticaDeNuevaYork (@nyc_atm) October 18, 2018
I really hope #karma exists, because you guys only deserve the very best. What with your kindness & @GaryScribbler on @BBCTheOneShow, I am a mess. Sometimes, people are wonderful, uplifting & kind. Despite the tears, today is a good day xxxx pic.twitter.com/dJqZrrHBi6
— Sally Lord (@Vidardogsmum) October 18, 2018
It’s little things like this that reassure me the human race isn’t doomed 😁👍
— 🇨🇦Iron Claw Gaming🇨🇦 (@IronClawGaming) October 19, 2018
Well done you 👏
— G H Neale (@GHNeale) October 18, 2018
Let’s hope either the person sees it or their nearest & dearest do
— Fedupcivvy (@Fedupcivvy) October 18, 2018
Love stuff like this, big well done for sharing it lifts us all ❤️
— ASD Dadtrums (@Outofsync_Mind) October 20, 2018
Thank you for doing this – I hope the lady finds out her wish has come true ❤️🌹
— RH (@rbh1978) October 18, 2018
Wonderful, beautiful, heart lifting, restoring.
Thank you for doing that and for sharing it, not only so the lady will hopefully know, but so we are all reminded how lovely humans can be ❤️
— Sabrina 🇪🇺🚶🏼♀️#FBPE #PeoplesVote (@Beany_1) October 18, 2018
Awh bless them, and bless you for doing this for them x
— cARRRGGHHpe noctem 🏳️🌈 🇪🇺 (@carpenoctem1234) October 18, 2018
Faith in humanity restored x Well done BVGS rowing. RIP to the ladies husband.
— Happy Harry (@zzzoooman) October 18, 2018
Small efforts like these deserve nothing but respect and love. Well done indeed, even we wish that this post reaches the woman, more strength and love to the people who have lost their loved ones.