When she was just 16, Bailey Seller's father died of cancer, but before passing away, he made final arrangements for her to receive flowers and a letter from him on each birthday.
Michael Sellers died August 25, 2013, at the 56 - six months after he was diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer.
Sellers shared her story on Twitter Friday, her 21st birthday, the last she will receive the flowers from her father.
U.S. woman Bailey Sellers lost her father Michael when she was just 16 years old and shared photos of the bouquet on social media. Bailey has even appeared on the British breakfast show, Good Morning Britain, live from her native Knoxville, Tennessee, where she talked to Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid about her late dad's gifts. For her 21st birthday on 26 November she received the last ever bouquet.
"I am in a better place". "I was especially dreading my 21st birthday because I knew it would be the past year".
"You are and always will be the most precious jewel I was given", the note reads. Sellers said this final card was especially bittersweet.
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She turned 21 and this day she received the last message from a loved one.
"It is your 21st birthday and I want you to always respect your momma and stay true to yourself".
Ms Bailey's father wrote a heartfelt birthday card.
"Every year I looked forward to my birthday because I felt like he was still here with me but this is the last year I get them so it's so heart breaking", the daughter wrote on social media. "But at the same time, it makes me so happy knowing he loved me that much".
"He was trying to make my birthday spectacular", she said.
"He said, 'I'm going to do it until her 21st birthday". She added that he wanted his eldest daughters Morgan and Abigail, 25, to use the hanky in their bridal bouquets.