Twitter user Owen Williams' tale of an inspiring holiday deed has warmed hearts across the internet, a week before Christmas.
In a post Monday, he wrote about an elderly neighbor, Ken, who, before his passing, bought Christmas presents for Williams' 2-year-old daughter-- enough for the next 14 years.
Williams said Ken's daughter visited to bestow the gifts shortly after his passing.
In a Twitter thread, Williams described Ken as a former salvage diver, seaman, carpenter, baker and accordion-player who planned to live to age 100. He also shared fond memories of his neighbor, like when Williams' dog met him for the first time:
After polling Twitter, Williams opened one of the gifts from Ken out of curiosity. It turned out to be the book "Christmas Eve at the Mellops'."
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