I came across this story from KENS 5 Eyewitness News and as I was reading, I got some dust in my eye.

It comes out of Hampshire, England. Terrance and Marie Robinson have a large family with three daughters. And in 2009, they welcomed twin boys, Jack and Liam.

But Jack was diagnosed with brain cancer and passed away in 2014.

However, Jack isn't gone. You see, Marie would take the boys for walks and they would look for robins.

Marie says, "After Jack passed, whenever we were out on trips or on holiday, we would always come across a robin and we would say, 'Hello Jack.'"

Then, April 1 of this year, exactly three years after his passing, this happened.

She describes what you don't see before the video begins - when she sat down, the robin landed on her foot then flew to another headstone. After the video, she says the robin landed on her shoulder and hung out for about a minute.

Wow. Now look, am I close to being a good Christian? No. Am I going to preach to you? No. But I do believe in God and I believe he has his ways of showing us a sign from time to time. I believe this is one of those times.

I also consider myself a manly man, but I felt a tear or two as I read this. Just hearing Marie crying with joy is enough to make my eyes well up. I don't care who you are, if you don't get a warm and fuzzy feeling seeing this, you need to chip some of that ice off your heart.

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