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Bud Caldwell’s great love for his wife Betty lasted decades and was cherished even after she passed. “Daisy a Day” was her favorite song, and when she was by his side, he would surprise her with daisy bouquets. With the song, he would also serenade her. Bud, on the other hand, was left alone as her beautiful light faded. Betty was always on his mind and in his heart.
Bud bought a memorial bench for Betty at Lakeside Park in his hometown of Fon du Lac, Wisconsin, as a way of expressing his affection for her.
It had a plaque with a picture of Betty and some information about Bud’s beloved. Bud’s love for Betty was so deep and genuine that he visited her memorial bench every day he was able. He’d sit there and sing her favorite song while talking about the weather and whatever else came to mind.
Mother Nature, on the other hand, made it difficult for him to see his sweetheart and collect her favorite flower to leave on the bench when the snow fell. From the parking lot, he stared at the snow-covered sidewalks, pondering how he could shuffle his way to her bench and greet his wife.
Bud’s routine had been noticed by two strangers, who had discreetly decided to help him. Bud see the kind act and moved him to tears.