Man Drove 600 Miles To Keep a Promise and Listen To Cubs Win With His Father At His Grave

As I’m sure you already know by now, the Cubs won the World Series for the first time in 108 years. The news has got many people excited, but it made one man particularly happy. You see, Wayne Williams has made a promise to his late father, a Navy veteran who died at age 53, and he wasn’t going to break his promise.
His dad was a loyal Cubs fan and his biggest wish was for the team to win the World Series one day. Wayne promised to watch the game together, but unfortunately The Cubs didn’t make it into the finale during the time his dad was alive.
So, on the day of the big game, the man got in his car and drove 600 miles to North Carolina where his dad is buried to watch the game with it.
The man was thrilled when he got there and noticed the cemetery’s gates were open. The man set up camp next to his father’s grave and enjoyed the game knowing his dad is somewhere listening.
The fact that the Cubs won was just the cherry on top. This story is heavenly, take a look:

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