A local graduate recently touched many hearts after sharing a heartfelt appreciation post to his dad
- According to the post, the young man's single father raised him with love and support since his entire life
- Facebookers loved the touching post, heading to the comment section to share their thoughts
A proud young man recently headed to Facebook to share a heartwarming post about his dad who raised him. In the post that was shared with ImStaying, he shared pictures of himself and his dad who looked after him alone since he was a child, on the day of his graduation.
"I just wanna take this moment and tell the world that even with the help of one parent you can still make it. I'm grateful to God for my dad's life. He has been so supportive ever since. Today I managed to make him the happiest father ever. For that, I'm staying," he wrote in the Facebook post.
Facebookers were truly moved by the heartwarming appreciation post and headed to the comment section to both congratulate the young man and commend the proud dad on raising his son so well despite the many challenges that come with parenthood.
Read a few of their thoughts below.
Hetta Nel said:
"Well done, you made your father proud!"
"This is so beautiful. We are accustomed to seeing single mothers, seeing a dad and son hug each other so passionately is heartwarming. Congratulations."
Kathy Frank Cerff wrote:
"Well done to you and your super dad."
In similar heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, a young woman recently left thousands of Facebookers inspired. Kelly Kleinhans, a proud daughter, shared in popular ImStaying group a picture of herself and her 48-year-old mom, who she explains will be starting her matric exams after 31 years not being in school.
"I am staying because today my mother (on the left) will be starting her matric exams at the age 48. She decided to go back to school after 31 years. She is proof that you are never too old to learn. Good luck to her and to all the matriculants of 2020. #imstaying #classof2020," she wrote in the awesome post.
Facebookers who were both motivated and inspired by the 48-year-old woman's determination to complete her matric after an entire 31 years quickly took to the comment section to wish her luck with the exams.
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