Man Finds Grandma’s Last Video A Week After She Passed, Then He Realizes She Filmed By Accident

by Ann-Sophie Kaemmerle
Native New Yorker, University of Virginia graduate, runner, and sometimes stand-up performer.

In the past few years, technology has developed so quickly that it’s hard to keep up with the newest toys and gadgets out there. These phones, tablets, computers, and even game systems can do so much with just the press of a button, and it’s amazing how far we’ve come.

For older generations, keeping up with these new features can be a little tiring, so their grandchildren and children may have to help them set up their new phones, for example. Even something as simple as shooting a video with a phone can be both perplexing and awe-inspiring to them!

A man named Jordan Wallace discovered evidence that his grandmother had been struggling with her new iPhone when he found a video. The video wasn’t intentional, though — she had accidentally hit the “record” button. What she really wanted to do was find the camera setting to snap some photos.

Jordan found the video while going through the phone one week after she had passed away.

He posted the clip online, which you can watch below. This was the grandma’s last video, and though she accidentally filmed the flowers in her garden, you can hear the sweet conversation in the background.

The footage is bound to make you both laugh and cry!

Please SHARE with friends and family if this brings back fond memories of you and your grandma spending time together!

Photo source: Facebook / Jordan Wallace / Twitter / Alexandra Carmila

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