Wife shares heartwarming pic: "I love my husband no matter what"

Wife shares heartwarming pic: "I love my husband no matter what"

- A loving wife took to Facebook to declare her love for her wheelchair-bound husband

- She posted a picture of herself and her husband with a beautiful caption

- Facebook users loved the couple and their relationship

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A Facebook user who goes by the name Honeybee Mo, posted a beautiful picture on the group #I'mStaying with her husband Rantji Malesela.

Briefly.co.za learned that she posted a picture of her and her husband, who is in a wheelchair, declaring her love for him.

"Mr and Mrs Rantji, #I'm staying we belong together, through thick and thin until death do us apart, I love my husband no matter what."

Wife shares heartwarming pic: "I love my husband no matter what"
Honeybee Mo‎ loves her husband and vows to stick with him through thick and thin. Source: Honeybee Mo‎/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

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Facebook users loved the post and shared their thoughts:

Adrian Gillan: "Awesome couple.May God be with you'll always.❤."
Madaleine Lengton Dick: "Love❤❤❤. My husband is also in a wheelchair. It is the deepest, most sincere, patient kinda love I've ever been privelaged to. You learn as an abled body person to cherish the beautiful moments and accept and work through the challenges. Your heart cannot but grow because of this love-experience. God bless your union ."
Cassandra Chetty: "And you should you guys make a beautiful couple stay blessed always."
Keba Mudau: "Love and happiness on another level. I don't know u personally but that's not the point. I love you guys."
Mogotsi Makgeledise: "True love indeed..wish you all the Best"

In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Emmanuel Kwakye-Agyekum, his family is originally from Ghana, shared a story on Facebook on the #ImStaying group.

His story is one of love and romance and how he makes it work with his wife, who as he puts it "happens to have substantially less melanin than me".

He admits that love in normal circumstances is hard enough but an interracial marriage is living life on hard mode.

"Because race and other associated topics are such an obvious difference, we kinda had to tackle that before we crossed the proverbial dating Rubicon. We knew it wasn’t going to be easy, especially in the South African context."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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