- A mom took to Facebook to share the heart-melting letter her daughter wrote her
- She had recently lost her job and her daughter revealed that she had saved some money which she gifted to her mom
- Facebook users loved the kind gesture and showered the young girl with praise
A mom whose Facebook tag is Mmase Queen took to the social platform to share an amazing story in the #ImStaying group.
She revealed that she had lost her job due to the Covid-19 pandemic and her daughter inspired her with a generous gift.
Her daughter wrote a note thanking her for being a supermom and gave her all the money she had saved, R48, which brought her to tears.
She captioned the post with this:
"Since the Covid-19 pandemic, like many South African's I found myself jobless. So last night my daughter gave me this note (please read) and that parcel next to it, I couldn't stop my tears, and for that #ImStaying."
The note read:
"Thank you for being me, supermom. You are my life and world. You have been with me when it was sorrow and joy, You tried to keep (me) happy when you were in pain, so it's my turn to help you, so I saved R48 (for) you just to help you."
Here are some comments from Facebook users who were just as touched by the kind gesture:
"So sweet... May she grow like that..."
"Love you, princess, ❤️❤️❤️A blessed change(Phetogo) like her name is coming your way, favour from aboveHe is Jehovah Jirah "
"Well done Mommy for raising such a caring child... a proud moment..."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that an African lady with the Twitter handle @janeychocolates has taken to the social media platform to celebrate her win after tying the knot with her lover.
The young lady shared adorable photos of herself and her husband after they were joined together at the Ikoyi registry in Lagos.
She captioned the pictures: "So just like that! I have a husband."
In other news, Tsholo Dichabe shared an absolutely adorable image of her baby son and his 115-year-old great grandmother. According to Tsholo, the lady in the image is her son's father's grandmother and she feels blessed that her child could be held by her.
Her son has both his granny and his great-grandmother in his life and Tsholo could not be more grateful. She shared the post to the #ImStaying group on Facebook and cites the lovely elderly ladies her reason for staying.
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