- A mother of two took to Facebook to share how grateful she was that a cake maker made her children's birthdays special
- The cake baker, Charmaine Moodley gave away a cake to the family along with some yummy goodies to make the day extra remarkable
- The mother, Kerry Fynn said that she is thankful to Charmaine from the bottom of her heart
An unemployed mother of two was super thankful to cake maker who made her daughter's birthday special. The mother, Kerry Nicole Fynn had both her children's birthday's in the same month - five days apart and was struggling to come up with an idea to make their days special with limited finances. She took to Facebook group #ImStaying to share her story with others.
The cake maker, Charmaine Moodley decided to give away a cake she had baked after one of her customers did not come to pick it up. The cake was going to go to waste so she decided that she was going to give it away to one luckily family.
The mother of two said: "She gave it to my children as I was unable to buy them a birthday cake or even afford the ingredients to bake them one."
The cake maker Charmaine did not only donate the cake but she also gave the family some goodies and sweets to make the day even more memorable.
The mother of two was extremely thankful for the help she had received from the selfless lady.
"Thank you from the bottom of our heart, you made 2 little kiddies extremely happy," she said.
In other news, Briefly.co.za previously reported that gorgeous South African men took part in a challenge on social media. A trend started on social media on Friday and carried through to Saturday morning and Mzansi men took the opportunity to participate. The challenge is led by the hashtag #abafanaabahot on Twitter, meaning hot boys. South African men decided to take the chance to flex their good looks and shared pictures of themselves looking dapper and sexy.
Mzansi swooned over the men who took part in the challenge and complimented them for their good looks. South Africa is filled with beautiful men as it is women indeed.
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