Woman discovering note from dad 9 years after his death warms hearts

A resurfaced note a beekeeper left his children over nine years ago has gone viral after his daughter found it in his beekeeping equipment and shared it on social media.

in one post The wife Amy Clukey, who was shared on Twitter last Monday, explained that her father died of lung cancer about nine years ago, but before he died he wrote a note that he hopes one of his children will find later would.

The note read: “I hope this note is found by one of my children who is curious about beekeeping. Beekeeping is actually pretty easy and you can learn everything online.

“Bees make more products than just honey and as a hobby it can be an additional source of income $$$. So don’t be afraid, have courage. Good luck. Love, Dad.”

According to Petpedia, the number of honey bee colonies in the US has declined by 2.96 million over the years, and there are 81 million western honey bee hives worldwide.

The bee population was mostly wild bees in 2019, and North Dakota has the highest honey production at over 38 million pounds.

The number of honey bee colonies lost to colony collapse was 59,900 from January to March 2019, down 26 percent from the same quarter in 2018.

The post attracted many readers on the platform and has received over 42,800 likes, 2,333 comments and 749,000 re-shares in less than 24 hours, and in the comments, the woman added that while she doesn’t keep bees herself, she does keep two of her siblings are interested in it.

One user commented: “So have no fear. Have courage. Good luck. Dear dad. I lost my dad in 2022, if I could find this note I would tattoo this quote in his exact handwriting and look at it every day. ” “

Another shared her personal experience: “I lost my father in 2018. He played guitar and that [her tattoo: “Just remember I love you”] was from one of his handwritten lyric sheets.”

A third said: “I’m reporting this because it makes me cry.”

And another user said: “I needed this thread tonight. My father is battling terminal cancer in the last few weeks of his life. I’ll come back to this thread in a few months if I need it again.”

And one also shared the story of her personal loss, writing: “I lost my dear husband before Christmas. He used to leave little notes all over the house. I just can’t remove them. His ‘lawnmowing jacket’ is still on the back of the chair in the kitchen. I can’t bring myself to move anything… it’s all I have left.”

Newsweek has reached out to Amy Clukey for comment. We have not been able to verify the details of the case.

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