Two Years after Husband’s Death, Woman Surprisingly Sees Him on Vacation and Follows Him

Two Years after Husband’s Death, Woman Surprisingly Sees Him on Vacation and Follows Him

Years later, a lady meets a guy who looks much like her late husband. She pursues him to find out more.

Debbie mumbled when her phone rang at 10 a.m.

She worked the dreaded night shift as a nurse. She had come exhausted earlier that morning, and her husband had, as usual, picked up her belongings as she tossed them and sank into bed.

When she took up the phone, the person on the other end had bad news for her overworked brain. Her husband had been in a vehicle accident and she had to go to the hospital to identify his body.

Then Debbie dashed to the scene, praying her husband was still alive. She recognized his belongings, but his corpse was too badly burnt to identify him.

“What happened?” Debbie enqui

“His automobile collided with a truck on the highway, catching fire and exploding,” the coroner informed her.

Debbie grew numb listening. She couldn’t stop thinking about how she had disregarded her spouse earlier that morning. He’d left her with their twins, Tiffany and Sanai, and she’d grown used to his calm acceptance of her shortcomings.

Debbie brought up her kids from school for the first time in almost a year that day. “Dad?” Tiffany inquired.

Then Debbie added, “He won’t pick you up from school.”

“You and he swapped roles?” Sanai inquired.

“No. I must break some bad news to you ladies… “Your father died,” Debbie regretfully responded. Debbie and her two ten-year-old kids had a long trip home that day.

Debbie accompanied her kids on a Texas vacation two years after the horrific accident. A circus with trained animals was on display during the state fair.

Tiffany eventually asked her mother for permission to approach the vendor and buy some popcorn.

Debbie was still grieving the loss of her husband, so she kept her kids close by. They knew to ask permission before leaving since the widow became furious if they left without her knowledge.

Debbie resisted the desire to follow Tiffany to grab some popcorn, but she returned seconds later, anxious.

“Wait, honey.” Debbie inquired.

In her confusion, the girl said, “I think I just saw dad.”

“No way! That your father perished in a vehicle accident. Is Tiffany being pranked?” Debbie scoffed.

“I saw him, mum, but he didn’t recognize me.

“Perhaps he doesn’t know you,” Debbie remarked.

This is what Tiffany said to her mother and sister as she headed off. It was her father’s popcorn stand, but he was gone.

When she heard her mother mention her late father’s name, she stopped saying it.

So she shouted out to the gorgeous man talking to a cotton candy vendor, “Cornelius.”

He didn’t respond, and he didn’t recognize her when he saw her with the kids. Debbie, like her daughters, was stunned. They couldn’t stop staring at the man who reminded them of their father.

Debbie bought her girls tickets to several performances and informed them about her plan to pursue the man they’d met. “Just to be sure.”

Debbie trailed him to a mansion where Janet awaited her. She was a mom. Debbie was stunned and fled. Her day went on in a glum manner.

Then she thought, “Life is playing with me.” “Not Cornelius.” “He’d remember us.”

Debbie spied the man’s mansion from her automobile the next morning. Janet saw her and called her after her husband went for work.

“Who am I?”

“I’m a confused lady who knows your spouse.”

“Are you his mistress?” Janet demanded venomously.

“No, no, I saw him at the fair yesterday.”

“You know him?” Who are you? Janet inquired.

It’s hard to imagine, but your spouse resembles my late husband. “His name was Cornelius.”

Janet said she called him David. That silenced both women. Janet broke the silence after a minute.

“I discovered him two years ago behind a flaming vehicle barely breathing. “I drew him away before the vehicle blew up.” “We got married after falling in love.”

“Was there a bang Debbie inquired?

Janet said San Francisco.

As proof, Debbie only needed to look at Cornelius’s accident scar. Then she hushed, “It has to be him.”

“What? Doubtful. Do you believe he’s your late husband re Janet questioned, her voice trembling. “Is he your husband?” “I believed the car’s owner’s body was delivered.”

Janet was done listening when Debbie suggested they ask the man that question. She wanted her out. But Debbie couldn’t leave after finding her spouse.

In an attempt to prove whose spouse the man was, the two ladies became aggressive.

He was Debbie’s husband, and Janet knew it. So she took her to his office. She prayed whatever had helped him forget his ex-family would hold.

“Get out of town if he doesn’t recall you,” Janet advised.

Debbie joined the girls. Her spouse adored them. He wouldn’t turn away from them again if it was really him.

But Debbie was mistaken. He only asked for their names when he saw them. He got on his knees and asked the twins their names, completely ignoring Debbie’s pleas

It reminded her of the day he went down on his knees to help her tie her shoelaces, and she called him “daddy.” Due to Debbie’s late work hours, he was typically the one preparing things for

The man was shocked by Sanai’s touch. He stepped back as memories flooded him. In his embrace, he remembered Sanai and his final ladies before the accident. Then he remembered avoiding a vehicle that stopped unexpectedly.

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A long time had passed since he had seen his wife Debbie in bed, sleeping away, weary as ever.

“Debbie…” Cornelius remembered her.

A hitchhiker was picked up before the accident, as his memories returned. That meant one thing. The hitchhiker’s body was Debbie’s husband’s body. And she buried an unknown man.

With Janet raving about how he would have died without her help and can’t leave her because they were expecting, Cornelius replied, “I must have had amnesia…”

Cornelius attempted to pacify her and thanked her for rescuing him. He vowed not to forsake her or their unborn child.

An opportunity to be together again had been offered to him by life.

What did we learn?

Live while you can. The family became less important as life pulled Cornelius and his wife apart. Debbie was overwhelmed with remorse after the accident, thinking about all the time she had missed with him due to work. They had both learned their lesson when they were reunited. They would not accept anything less than a chance to live.

Responsibilize yourself. The lady who saved Cornelius had a kid with him for two years before he regained his memory. He returned to his life after remembering his history, but he did not forsake Janet’s child since he regarded it as his unbreakable obligation.

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