- A local woman just recently headed to Facebook where she shared a touching post about her husband
- In the heartwarming post, she swoons over her hubby who she describes as an "earth angel"
- Facebookers joined the lovely Mzansi wife in thanking her husband for all the good deeds he has done
Having a good partner is amazing, and Facebook user, Vannessa Govender, can really attest to that. Recently Vannessa took to Facebook's ImStaying group to share a lengthy and heartwarming appreciation post with her hubby, who she describes as an earth angel.
According to the post, her husband, Poovan Bruce Govender, is a very humble man that goes out of his way to help others - even if that means using the little he has to do so. In the post, she also mentions a number of the things her man has done which have left her completely in awe.
"He has done many good deeds over his life thus far. In fact I married him because on our first date he bought a piece of KFC for a stray cat. When I looked at his phone, he donated money to the blind dogs association every month."
"Once having his last R50, he saw a lady in a wheelchair with a young child. He gave her the R50 without hesitation.
"My parents had also lost their business and almost their home and they depended on me financially but my hubby has contributed in their care, sacrificing pleasures he needed as well," she writes.
She then goes on to explain how her super husband helped a local security guard in need a number of times by going out of the way to help him transport beds and furniture to his Hillbrow home, rounding off her post by thanking God for the man he had blessed her with.
Stayers were left truly touched by the post, taking to the comment section to help Vannessa thank her man for being such a blessing.
In similar Briefly.co.za reports, Muthumuni Mukatshelwa Thinavhuyo took to Facebook and posted a heartfelt message of thanks to her mom for always providing for her, making sure she always had a roof over her head and food in her belly.
She revealed in the #ImStaying group that her mum is a taxi driver, a job usually reserved for men, showing that she must be an incredible woman. She captioned the post with the following:
"My mother she was a taxi driver since I was born until now, I never went to bed with an empty stomach because of her hustle. She's the reason why I'm staying."
Facebook users loved the post and within hours it had thousands of likes and hundreds of comments. One user, Sikelelwa Memani wrote:
"God bless her strength and dedication."
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