- Nadja Nana Antal recently took to Facebook group ImStaying to share a picture of her daughter having fun with her neighbour
- The picture was captioned with a sweet message to her kind neighbours
- Stayers all swooned over the adorable picture and encouraged the neighbours to continue growing their friendship
Single mom Nadja Nana Antal took to Facebook to share with members of the ImStaying group how she was made to feel welcome by her kind neighbours who helped her move into her new home recently.
Nadja also shared a photo along with the beautiful message about her neighbours to the group:
"Because my new neighbours rock. We moved in last weekend, they came to help me move things into the house. Then on Tuesday night there was a loud noise on my property and they WhatsApped me and asked if we were okay and safe. This photo is the biggest reason I'm staying.
"They don't speak the same language, in fact my toddler does not speak at all. But yet they understand one another. Being a single mama in SA and having amazing neighbours just makes me wanna always stay. #ImStaying"
The post was met with thousands of messages from people who thanked the neighbours for their kindness and also wished Nadja Nana Antal a warm welcome. Here are some of their comments.
Pertunia Nnyana said:
"Wow that's lovely, beautiful my dear, it shows that God's love has no limit. His Grace has no measures and his power has no boundaries. Hallelujah, amen."
Dione Knodl said:
While Zelda Walther Huyser said:
Briefly.co.za also reported about a young lady is serving up some serious life goals in a tweet she made recently. Paris Kenzie just shared some super exciting news about becoming the youngest beauty supplies business owner at the tender age of just 16.
While Paris didn't disclose how she happened to come by her newfound success, she did share a picture of herself smiling quite proudly in front of her business. The picture was captioned:
"I just became the youngest black owner of a beauty supply store at 16 years old! A simple retweet or like can help support."
Soon her post was flooded with congratulatory messages and well wishes on her new venture. Some tweeps also took the opportunity to find out more about the young queen's business, asking about the products she sells and so on.
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