Man plants thousands of trees to honor late wife. 17 yrs later, his secret is revealed

It was love at first sight! Janet and Winston had been lovers when they first met each other and were happily wedded in the year 1962. They moved to a beautiful farmhouse, gave birth to a baby boy and shared the happiness of a married life. It had been 33 years of their marriage that their life took a stop.

Janet at the age of 50 went through a heart failure and passed away in 1995. This was a huge setback to the family left behind as Winston and his son were left with just the memories. As much as they tried to move ahead with time they just couldn’t. Life for them was never the same without Janet. Even the thought of living without Janet bugged them.

Husband creates heart-shaped meadow in memory of wife
Janet and Winston had been lovers when they first met each other and were happily wedded in the year 1962.

Janet had been in love with the meadow around their house and often used to go for walks there. So Winston tried to do something with the meadow. He thought of commemorating his wife with a special gesture. A gesture which was visible only after 17 years of its beginning!

It was when any Collett a regular hot air balloonist had been passing about the meadow that he noticed a giant heart spread between trees which were like a gesture of love. He was completely caught off guard with the sweet gesture that some heart had decided to bestow to the sky.

heart shaped meadow for late wife
This was indeed the little gesture that Winston had made for Janet. © Adam Gray / SWNS.com

This was indeed the little gesture that Winston had made for Janet. He planted thousand of trees in the meadow and made a huge heart in the middle of it as a sign of love that he had for her. He took care of it and often went there to spend time. He knew Janet would be smiling from above and this heart would prove to be his answer to her smiles!

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