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- In a new interview, Trisha Yearwood shared the most touching gift her husband, Garth Brooks, has ever given her.
- “A grocery cart—I know, sounds really romantic,” Yearwood said. Brooks went above and beyond to find one with sentimental value.
- “He will think about something and maybe plan it all year long,” Yearwood said.
Somehow, the holidays are just around the corner, which means it’s time to start thinking about gifts. Trisha Yearwood and Garth Brooks sure are, and during a recent interview on Taste of Country Nights, per The Boot, Yearwood shared the most touching gift her husband has ever given her. Believe it or not, it’s not as glamorous as you might expect.
“A grocery cart—I know, sounds really romantic,” the “Walkaway Joe” singer revealed. “But the reason that it is romantic is, we were talking about how when you get home with your groceries and you’re making trips, carrying ‘em all in, it’s like, wouldn’t it be so cool if you had a cart at home?”
She has a point—it’s honestly a great idea. And although Brooks could’ve gotten her any old shopping cart, he didn’t. He went above and beyond to find one with sentimental value.
“Well, he called my mom,” Yearwood recalled, and asked her about a store that she used to frequent in her hometown of Monticello, Georgia. “It was called Red and White—it’s no longer in business,” she explained. “But [he asked], ‘Could we get a grocery cart from there, you think?’ So [Mom] went and talked to the guy who used to run the place and