Kind woman spots bookshop cleaner reading book and buys it for her

Kind woman spots bookshop cleaner reading book and buys it for her

- Rita Trafford is a textiles and art enthusiast based in Stellenbosch

- She was at a local bookshop when she spotted a cleaner taking a break to read a book

- She made the cleaner's day by buying the book for her

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A kind woman in Stellenbosch, Western Cape, recently noticed a bookshop cleaner reading a book and decided to buy it for her.

Rita Trafford shared a photo of the cleaner on Instagram, Briefly.co.za gathered. She accompanied it with the caption:

When you are supposed to be dusting but the foodie books whisper other things to you. Snapped this perfect moment, whilst sitting & absorbing the beautiful pages of @lovethekitchen latest creation 'Set a Table', at my local bookshop.

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Rita revealed that she just had to buy the book for the cleaner:

How could I not ... secretly purchase the book she was savouring (post dusting) and gift it to her. The wide smile I received and the hug that recipe book got, I will never forget.
Never underestimate the still moments, so much can be observed & they can become magical if you allow them to!

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In her Instagram bio, Rita describes herself as a textiles and art enthusiast. Her kind and thoughtful gesture touched many of her followers.

One of them, @artifulartisans, wrote:

How gorgeous of you, Rita. And I just love this photo. It says so much. I share her distribution for books especially when faced with such dreary alternative of dusting!

@maggieketterer added, "What a wonderful gesture lovely Rita!"

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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