Humble woman shares pics of her shack, thanks God for owning it

Humble woman shares pics of her shack, thanks God for owning it

- A woman, Thando Patience Njomane, revealed that growing up she never had her own room and she always lived with a relative or rented a shack

- However, she used the little she earned to buy a site and construct her own home

- Taking to social media, Njomane shared photos of her humble house and thanked God for being in a position to own it

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A beautiful SA woman, Thando Patience Njomane, took to the #ImStaying Facebook page on Wednesday to share photos of her home. Njomane explained that growing up she lived with family and never even had her own room.

She wrote:

"I never had my own bedroom like everyone else. Whenever the holidays came I will sit down and cry that everyone is happy because they are going home while I don't have any, I was born in that situation and I got kids in that situation."

However, she decided to sit back and take a look at her life and realised that only she can change the situation. Njomane then used the little money she earned to buy a site and build a home for herself.

She said:

"I'm glad God heard my prayers I was able to buy a site with the little I earn and now I can proudly say I'm going home, something I've never said before."

Njomane added that one day, she will build herself a mansion on the piece of land she now owns.

Take a look at the post below:

Humble woman shares pics of her shack, thanks God for owning it

Screenshot of Thando Patience Njomane's post on #ImStaying.
Source: Facebook

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Humble woman shares pics of her shack, thanks God for owning it

Thando Patience Njomane proudly showed off her home after she worked hard to buy the site. Photo: Thando Patience Njomane/#ImStaying.
Source: Facebook

Her humble story inspired South Africans who encouraged Njomane to continue dreaming and working towards her goals.

Rose Baloyi commented:

"Congratulations, always thank God that you have a place to call home, a roof over your head. Surely what you desire will come true a bit by bit. Don't lose focus. Stay blessed and remember everything is possible with God. Big up to you."

Sharon Lourenco Sweet said:

"Wow! So so proud of you, you brought goosebumps and tears as I read this. You ought to be extremely proud of yourself for what you have achieved, so many could learn from you - you are amazing! And lastly - your English is great, keep shining and thank you for sharing with us."

Beth Guthrie wrote:

"One step at a time! Well done. Lots of love."

Previously, reported an artist, Trevor Menlyn Sidogi, took to social media to show off his new home.

Many people dream of building or owning their own homes but not everyone gets the opportunity. One man, Trevor Menlyn Sidogi, wanted to upgrade his living conditions.

Although he doesn't have the capital to build a big house yet, Trevor did not let it stop him from building a cozy one-bedroom home. Taking to Twitter, Trevor showed off his new crib.

He captioned the post: "In life, appreciate even the little things. Finally, I'm the one-room house owner."

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