Seth Stewart is the man behind the amazing idea of sending free flowers on Valentine's to those ladies who are affected by the harsh life and had bad love experiences already. His service is making people happy most of all when all they expect on Valentine's is sadness without their lovers.
The things and cases that go past our eyes everyday make us think that the world is no longer a good place and without any kind people. But sometimes a single news can turn our mood from worst to good and make us believe in humanity again.
And as far as Valentines is considered, it's the day of lovers, all you see everywhere is love. But what if someone has just gone through a breakup? Or a sad widow who misses her husband. Valentine's day becomes more dreadful for them.
So this group of buys in Spokane, Washington, decided to pass out roses to widows and military wives and some sad ladies for Valentine's Day.
This started when Seth Stewart, 28, and one of his brothers decided to give two dozen roses to their single friends on Valentine's Day. Because they knew the struggle. The community heard of the brothers' act of kindness and empathy and in the following years, it became an annual tradition since 2010.
Now this is an official service and Stewart now had to hire a group of drivers to deliver more than 550 roses to women all over the Spokane area. Stewart started a Facebook group page called Rose Rush and he receives tins of requests each day to flower deliveries. Moreover, he said he is receiving requests from all over the world and is thinking of expanding the service.
Sources say that Stewart has said "In addition to single women and widows, community members also ask that roses be delivered to women who have had a significant impact in their lives."
These rose deliveries are free of charge and are delivered to those who need a bit of happiness and life has recently not been good to them.
Article source: Diply