A Dying Mother’s Letter Is Delivered To Rightful Daughter, Get Ready For The Emotional Feelings!
Bethany Gash had lost the letter that her mother, Lisa, had given her when she was on the brink of death. She was saddened every time she thought about the letter, because she never thought she would ever see it again.
However, it has been recently found by a second-hand bookshop owner Mr. Draper and Miss Gash, now 21, believes the book disappeared during a house move.
“It’s absolutely overwhelming considering something so small can mean so much to someone,” she said.
“A lot of people would just disregard it as something stupid, just a little old letter.”
Mr Draper, who owns Bondgate Books in Bishop Auckland, said he simply had to find the rightful owner of that letter after having read it.
“I can’t emphasise how pleased I am,” he said. “Absolutely amazed.”
Apparently, before Miss Gash’s mother died, she bought a lot of books for her daughter in his shop.
“If your dad is reading this to you it is because I have died and gone to heaven to live with the angels.
“I will always be in the sky making sure you are alright and watching over you so when you see a bright star, like in the nursery rhyme Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, that’s me.
“Don’t forget me because I’ll always be your mam”.
The letter was enclosed with a picture of her and her mother: