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After pancreatic cancer tragically took the life of Saige Seibold's father on May 13th, 2015, she and her widowed mother, Sandy, decided to remember him in a beautiful way on Father's Day. The pair released a "#1 Dad" balloon with an attached letter at the site of his grave—and what happened afterwards will bring tears to your eyes.
The letter asked, "If you receive this [balloon], please make [Seibold's] day by sending a response telling her who and where you are from. Thank you in advance!"
"We thought the idea of the balloon, sending the balloon to heaven to her dad, was a good idea," Sandy told the NBC.
After a tricky ascent—the balloon ribbons initially got caught in a power line—a gust of wind blew the balloon and the note skywards. Seibold and her mother then left the cemetery to run some errands and return home, which was 25 miles away in Cement, OK.
But when the mother and daughter arrived to their house, Seibold discovered an unbelievable gift waiting for them.
Video: Sisters send balloon to Heaven, receive incredible answer
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