Woman discovers heartwarming spreadsheet her late father had made

Woman discovers heartwarming spreadsheet her late father had made to help plan his week off work in 2000 – including going to the cinema to watch Stuart Little, potty training her and ‘kissing Mum’

  • Martha, from Wales, told how her mother discovered spreadsheet dad had made
  • It consisted of a list of activities to help him plan his week off work in 2020 
  • Included potty training Martha and taking her to the cinema to see Stuart Little 

A woman has shared the heartwarming spreadsheet she discovered her late father had made to help plan his week off work in 2000.

Martha, from Wales, took to Twitter and shared the list of activities labelled ‘things to do during Dad’s holiday’ – which included everything from taking her to the park, cinema, beach, St Fagan’s and attempting to potty train her.

Also on the list was to play baseball over the field, kiss Mum, go to the farm, and go to the cinema to watch Stuart little.

And it wasn’t long before the post racked up over 368, 000 replies, with many admitting they had been reduced to tears.

‘Any guy who rates kissing his wife and includes attempting to potty train his little girl in a spreadsheet is obviously one in a million. I am now going to have take myself off for a little weep,’ wrote one.

Martha, from Wales, took to Twitter (pictured with her dad when she was younger) and shared the heartwarming spreadsheet she discovered her late father had made to help plan his week off work in 2000

 The list included everything from going to the park, cinema, beach, St Fagan’s and potty training Martha (pictured)

The initial Tweet (pictured) quickly racked in thousands of likes and comments from people across the world 

A second added: ‘I don’t know why I’m crying but this is heartwarming and the sweetest thing all around. Thanks for sharing!’ 

Martha went on to say how she has had many people ask whether her dad has yet seen Stuart Little – before sharing the heartbreaking news that he sadly passed away.

She wrote: ‘He sadly died in 2015, but i can confirm he was a lovely man and amazing dad who loved the beach, the farm, the park and – of course – kissing mum.’

Martha also clarified the list was obviously made for ‘children’s eyes,’ explaining: ‘My dad did not call my mum “mum” alone lmao – yes baseball is played all over the world – yes he was an electrical engineer – I am in fact potty trained.’

Following the comments, Martha shared the news that her ‘lovely’ father had sadly passed away in 2015 (pictured) 

Many were touched by Martha’s father’s spreadsheet, with one writing: ‘I don’t know why I’m crying but this is heartwarming and the sweetest thing all around. Thanks for sharing!’ (pictured)

And many sent loving tributes to Martha’s late father, adding that he seemed like ‘such a sweet man.’ 

‘ This is so pure. I’m sorry for your loss, hun. I’m also glad you finally got potty trained. Lmao,’ wrote one, while a second penned: ‘Your dad looks like such a lovely man, so sorry for your loss and at such a young age. I lost my dad at 26 and that felt too young, so i send all my love.’  

A third added: ‘I was hoping he was still annually doing things on this spreadsheet.. but to hear this is devastating.. RIP.’ 

Meanwhile, a fourth commented: ‘This is absolutely beautiful & he must have really thought about setting up a spreadsheet & thinking all of those lovely things to put on it!’  

Taking to Twitter, one person penned: ‘He seemed like such a sweet man. This is so pure. I’m sorry for your loss, hun’ (pictured)

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