- A lady with the Twitter handle @LocdWithNessa has left social media users in awe after posting a parcel she received from her husband
- She had lost her dad 7 months into her pregnancy and thought she had denied her daughter the chance to meet her grandpa
- Her husband, however, had other thoughts in mind and blew his wife away with his priceless parcel
A lady has got an outpour of emotions from social media users following a package her husband gave to her as a gift.
The Tweep, whose real name is unknown as of time of making this report, took to Twitter to share the emotional parcel in both pictures and a video which came later on.
In a post on her wall on Twitter, @LocdWithNessa said she had lost her dad last year when she was 7 months pregnant and had thought her unborn daughter had been denied the chance to meet her grandfather.
The mother of one couldn't do anything about his death [her father] and apparently moved on with the disheartening thoughts that her dad didn't get to meet his granddaughter for once.
It seemed, however, that her husband had other ideas.
Her husband reached out to a talented painter all the way from India who found a way to make a painting of his wife's father holding their daughter to his bosom as if they ever met.
See her post below:
The husband couldn't have come up with a better attempt at preserving and creating a beautiful grandfather-granddaughter memory as this.
Social media users had things to say about the act:
"I lost my dad the day after my birthday this year. The pain of losing one’s parent is unbearable. He’s my life. Praying for you to have all the strength that you need."
"I'm stuck at work, hormonal and just in a mood. Now add sobbing mess to that mix. This is so beautiful, and I'm sorry for your loss".
"I am currently stuck working on an oil rig over the whole festive period so didn't get any Xmas presents (so far) but after seeing this beautiful video I'm good now. Merry Xmas to you and your family".
Watch the video below:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported how a Nigerian man, Ayogu Kingsley, went viral with his artwork titled 'The Brave Child'.
His artistic painting of a life-like boy on Twitter has earned him fame and praises from Nigerians.
The well-detailed masterpiece had already garnered over 5000 reactions as of time of writing this report.
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