One Louisiana man has found a beautiful, but heartbreaking way to keep his late wife's memory alive.
Every morning since she died last year, 88-year-old George Travis has eaten his breakfast at the same restaurant in Shreveport with a framed photo of his wife Billy Mae set atop the counter beside him.
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He and Billy Mae first met when they were set up on a blind date at a Lions Club convention many years ago.
"I cherish the years that I had with her," Travis told KSLA. "If she could've lived just a little bit more I would've had 50 years with her."
When asked what he missed most about his late wife, he replied, “Everything.”
“I miss being able to put my arms around her. She was a great love and she expressed her love to me. She let me know that she was my girl."
In October, a photo of another widower dining alone at an In-N-Out Burger with just a picture of his late wife broke the Internet's collective heart.
For more on Travis' touching love story, watch the video above.