Ben Jackson was 248 miles away in New South Wales when he heard that his Aunt Debby lost her two-year battle with cancer in Queensland. Due to travel restrictions, Jackson was unable to attend the funeral to say goodbye. So instead he used carefully placed grains to the flock of sheep on his pasture in the shape of a heart and captured the scene with an aerial drone. "I felt hopeless, helpless -- I didn't really know what to do. But because I was doing a bit of feeding already," Jackson said, "I just decided to do a massive heart on the ground, which in all earnest pales in comparison to hers." Jackson sent the video to his relatives, where they played the Simon and Garfunkel classic "Bridge Over Troubled Water," one of his aunt's all-time favorite songs, over the video. Jackson's sheep tribute went viral, bringing smiles to many. "She would be proud as punch to see so many people smiling and enjoying the heart I've made for her. It's just love. Love's sensational."
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