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VIRAL: Netizens gushes over heartwarming story of widower’s undying love to his wife

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Feb. 05, 19 | 10:26 am

Netizens can’t help but shed a tear and get overwhelmed with emotions because of the story of a 77-year-old widower and his undying love for his wife.

In a viral Facebook post by Mayette Dela Cruz Cinco, she narrated that she was in the middle of a meeting when she received a call from her father, who she referred to as Mang Cris.

Mang Cris told Mayette that his wife has been “calling him” and asked his daughter if she could take him to the cemetery so he could pay his wife a visit.

The widower immediately noticed the pile of trash covering his wife’s tomb and wasted no time to clean it. Mayette even said that her father came prepared and brought with him some garbage bags and some red candles that he lit on the headstone.

Mayette narrated: “He was in tears I could only comfort him as I clean around. “Sabi ko sau Marita tinatawag ako ng Nanay mo, ayaw mo lang maniwala.” I didn’t say a word. Ganitong sitwasyon ako takot kay Mang Cris. He came prepared. He has a plastic bag with water to clean the lapida, red candles with cover and an igniter.”

“He kept uttering words to my mother, “Nandito na kami. Nilinis ko na. Wag ka ng mag alala at hindi ko hahayaang hindi ka mapuntahan kapag nararamdaman kong kailangan mo ako.” Ang dami kong inggit. Love comes in many forms. My father has chosen to keep all the love in his heart. He knows love is not bounded by time nor distance. Love speaks from the heart,” she added.

Mayette ended the post by saying that her father thanked her for putting her job aside to bring her to the cemetery.

“Salamat, Marita ha? Mangyari, nawala ang lungkot ko. Pasensya ka na kung naabala kita ha? Nagalit ba ang kliyente mo? Sabihin mo sa kanya, maraming salamat. Pagdating ng araw hindi na kita iistorbohin, Marita. Andito na rin ako. Linisin mo kapag hindi ka abala. Laanan mo ng panahon,” Mayette quoted her father as saying.

“Oh, tears,why can’t I hide you? Gave my father a hug and in my heart I whispered, “Kailanman ay hindi ka istorbo, Tay. Hindi abala. Hindi singit. Hindi extra. Ikaw po ay mahalaga. Isa ka sa pinakamahalaga,” she said.

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