A mother, who lost her son last year, has kept a Christmas tree he decorated before his death in the United States. It seems like a memory she wants to preserve for the future.
In December of last year, Kooper, 17, the woman’s son, committed suicide, Southwest News Service (SWNS) reported.
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The woman, Heather Davis, preserved the tree by wrapping it in cellophane to make sure it remains exactly as her son decorated it before he died.
Davis, who lives in Hobbs, New Mexico, unpacked the tree with her husband and two children this year. During unpacking, the tree decorations remained intact.
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“Kooper helped me buy and decorate this tree right before he passed away and it’s something I’ll keep forever,” Davis told SWNS.
“Unwrapping him for the first time this year was touching, but it was nice to feel close to him again. The tree will stay that way for every Christmas to come, so every year we can remember our beautiful son.” Davis added.
(With contributions from agencies)