//Arizona widow will get remaining Valentines Day present from husband months after his demise

Arizona widow will get remaining Valentines Day present from husband months after his demise

A widow in Arizona obtained a Valentine’s Day present from the afterlife this 12 months.

Debra Tenney acquired a bouquet of yellow flowers from her late husband Randy Tenney simply months after he misplaced his battle with most cancers in December 2019.

Yearly since they obtained married in 1974, the daddy of eight would bathe his spouse on the vacation of affection with flowers and a poem.

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This 12 months, on the primary Valentine’s Day with out her husband of practically 45 years, Debra Tenney was stunned together with his final present.

The widow was caught on digicam for the time being she acquired the yellow flower association topped with a single purple rose.

It was accompanied by a poem that learn: “Roses are purple, Violets are blue, Yelling from Heaven that I’ll at all times love you. With love out of your everlasting Valentine, R.T.”

Debra Tenney instantly burst into tears of pleasure.

“She knew right away they were his because of the yellow flowers. He had this saying that he loved to scatter sunshine,” their son Jeff Tenney advised Fox 10 Phoenix. “It was his life motto.”

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“My sister had stated simply how pleased and particular that had made her really feel … and that on the lowest a part of his life and a few of the greatest struggles that he had been via, he was nonetheless pondering of her,” he added.

Randy Tenney, 65, handed away after a months-long battle with glioblastoma, a uncommon mind most cancers. Realizing he’d probably not survive to see one other Valentine’s Day, the doting husband deliberate forward by arranging the order months upfront.

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“After I walked over and opened the cardboard, I couldn’t even management myself. It was, it was him,” Debra Tenney advised KPHO. “I guess you could call this my real life ‘P.S. I Love You’ miracle.”