- Elizabeth Evan Muller has thanked her daughter for looking after the home while she is away
- SHe is self-isolating after being diagnosed with Covid-19 after looking after her son who also had the virus
- Facebook users flooded the post with messages of encouragement
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Elizabeth Evan Muller took to Facebook to praise her daughter in the #ImStaying group. She thanked her daughter for taking care of things at home while she isolates herself from her family.
She has tested positive for Covid-19 after caring for her son who was infected with the virus. Michelle is only 19-years-old but has taken on a lot of responsibility.
Elizabeth promised to make it up to her daughter when she recovers.
"Am positive with Covid 19 as well. While looking after my son, he's healthy now and out of quarantine.
I have received my results Sunday and now am isolated away from my children.
Just want to thank my eldest daughter 19years old Michelle. For taking care of things at home while mom is away. Michelle mommy appreciates it I know it's not easy. If God spears my Life I will make it up to you.
Thank you #ImStaying. Am scared yes. But I know you will all keep me in prayer ❤️
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Facebook users was impressed with the young daughter for taking care of her family and her mom for acknowledging the hard work:
Sizakhele Jane Tswai:
"You're definitely staying in this world coz u have kids to live for n we all are going to be thrilled reading your next post that your now Covid-19 negative. You're a strong woman to let this virus defeat u remember your a #STAYER, you're always in our prayers as we pray for each other in this group. keep well and stay blessed all will be well with you #IM STAYING "
"Do not be anxious about anything but in everything by prayer and petition with thanksgiving present, your requests to God and the peace of God which transcends all understanding will guard your heart and mind."
"You will be fine! Be positive knowing you have a big chance of being fine. Keep going. Keep fighting. You are in my prayers."
Debbie Londt Deale Calder:
"Thank you for sharing your experience with people who don't know you. I admire your strength of character. You are a wonderful mother and you are blessed with a family who loves each other because you have been such a wonderful example. God bless you and bring you back to good health. God is watching over you..."
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In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Ntando Duma's daughter, Sbahle, never fails to melt hearts. This tiny lil boss babe already has a big following and the people of Mzansi just cannot get enough of her.
Ever since the day Ntando found out that she was pregnant, she knew that she was not only gaining the privilege of becoming a mother but that she was gaining a best friend.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Peter De Kock beat Covid-19 but that is not all he is celebrating, he is also enjoying his 92nd birthday.
It was such an inspirational story that Western Cape Premier Alan Winde wrote a lengthy post extolling the virtues of Peter and his story about beating Covid-19.
Alan revealed the Peter is a widower and has 9 children and celebrated his birthday on 26 June 2020 in isolation.
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