It is always difficult to say goodbye when someone passes away but it’s even harder to accept when it is your child who has so many years ahead of them.
Sadly, parents Raymond and Rachel Villasenor were forced to say goodbye to their son, Joseph, who passed away at thirty-six years of age.
Joseph was a sergeant in the US Air Force who served his country for 16 years before passing away in 2010.
One day, when his parents were visiting his grave, they couldn’t believe their eyes and thought it was a real miracle.
They noticed that the grass on his grave was lush and green, while all the graves around it were completely brown. They couldn’t believe it and thought it was a miracle.
Jake Reissig, 86, had recently lost his wife and was at the cemetery to leave her some flowers when he saw a young woman in tears.
Jake went over to comfort her and the woman turned out to be Joseph’s sister. She told Jake that she was sad because her brother had been taken from the world too soon.
After Jake left the cemetery, he promised himself that he’d do something for Joseph.
Every day when Jake visited his wife’s grave, he watered her grave to keep it looking beautiful and alive – and now he would do the same for Joseph.
That’s why when Rachel and Raymond visited their son’s grave, they couldn’t understand why Joseph’s grave was so green.
However once they discovered the reason, they couldn’t help but hug Jake as this was such a wonderful, nice gesture!
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