Bailey was just 16 years old when her dad, Michael Sellers, passed away from cancer. Two months after her father’s death, Bailey arrived home on her 17th birthday to find a surprise bouquet of beautiful flowers on her front porch. The card read, “Happy birthday. You’ll be receiving these until you’re 21. Love, Daddy.”

Every year since her 17th birthday, Bailey has received a delivery of beautiful flowers from her dad. It was a reminder of his love for her that he pre-arranged with a local florist prior to his passing. Such a simple gesture has had a profound effect on Bailey. “He wanted to make sure that she knew that she was loved, and that he would be there through every milestone,” his widow, Kristi Sellers, told The Washington Post. “He wanted to make sure that she understood that he was there.”

“Every year I looked forward to my birthday because I felt like he was still here with me.”

- Bailey Sellers

Michael’s last note to his daughter:

“Bailey, this is my last love letter to you until we meet again. I do not want you to shed a tear for me my baby girl for I am in a better place. You are and always will be the most precious jewel I was given. It is your 21st birthday and I want you to always respect your mamma and stay true to yourself. Be happy and live life to the fullest. I will still be with you with every milestone, just look around and there I will be.” Replying to people commenting on her post, Bailey wrote: “Every year I looked forward to my birthday because I felt like he was still here with me but this is the last year I get them, so it’s so heartbreaking.”

CircleIt: First of its kind platform allows users to be there… even when they’re not.

CircleIt was inspired by a similar story of a unique gift left from beyond the grave. The family of CircleIt founder, Artif Shaikh, was left a gift from his father to be opened after he passed. “My father left us a box full of treasured memories, meaningful trinkets, candid stories and cultivated wisdom – meant to be shared among family and stored for future generations.”

CircleIt was built to replicate this unique gift he left behind for his family – a gift to continually remind his family of his love, be there to help celebrate milestones and inspire future generations. Artif shares that “CircleIt was built for my mother to help carry on his legacy. Built so that others can experience the joy it has given all of us. Built in memory of my father, Arif Shaikh.”

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