Dying Neighbour Leaves 14 Years Worth Of Christmas Presents For 2 Year Old Girl
Christmas is a magical time, full of people exchanging gifts and sharing the love.
One man has taken the gift of giving to the next level however, by ensuring his next door neighbours will be remembering him for years to come, even after he passed away.
Owen Williams took to Twitter to share the heartwarming story of his neighbour, Ken Watson, 87, from Wales, who was very fond of Owen's daughter Cadi.
Just hours hafter Ken's death a bag filled with presents was dropped into Cadi, 14 individually wrapped gifts to be given over the next 14 years to the young girl.
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
Own says, 'My wife and I think it might make a nice Christmas tradition to give our daughter “a present from Ken” for the next 14 years. Issue is, we really have to open them now. Nobody wants to give a fifteen-year-old Duplo!
Owen then asked Twitter to vote on whether they should give the gifts all at once or space them out over the years, the results couldn't have been clearer:
What do you all think?— Owen Williams 🏴 (@OwsWills) December 17, 2018
Ken sounded like an incredible guy, and now his generosity and kind heart is known across the world.