- FionaZane Claasen shared a lovely appreciation post for Ma Mia who helped her in her times of need
- According to FionaZane, Ma Mia helped her raise her sons after she lost both her parents
- Ma Mia goes out of her way to call FionaZane to pray for and check up on her
FionaZane Claasen took to Facebook to share a lovely and heartwarming post about her nanny. According to FionaZane, Ma Mia (as she calls her) has played an important in her family. Ma Mia has helped FionaZane raise her sons.
FionaZane says Ma Mia is her sons' grandmother. Ma Mia has also been a major support system and backbone for FionaZane after she lost both her parents. FionaZane says Ma Mia still calls to check up on and pray for her.
She referred to Ma Mia as a diamond. FionaZane shared this amazing post to the #ImStaying group on Facebook recently and Stayers have showered her and Ma Mia with love and blessings galore.
FionaZane's full post read:
"This is Ma Mia, she has been a part of my family and helped me raise my boys as a granny, even as a backbone when I lost both my parents. Up to this day, she still calls to check up on me, pray for me and love on me. Mia, you are my special diamond and you wear your crown with honour!!!"
Take a look at some of the responses left under the post.
Abraham Swartz wrote:
"Love in its purest form. God bless you and your families."
Carol Van Eden said:
"That is great. Bless her for being there for you."
Phyl Badenhorst commented:
"A rare treasure... Awesome lady... God bless you both."
Isabella Ralphs added:
"What a beautiful bond you share, you made a beautiful bride!"
In other appreciation post stories, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a strong single mom who shared how her adorable son is her inspiration. Nonkululeko Sibiya is the mother who shared her story to the #ImStaying group on Facebook. According to Nonkululeko, her son was a couple of hours old when his father left them to pay lobola for another woman.
Nonkululeko was in pain. She said she felt hurt, humiliated and embarrassed. She added that it was one of the hardest situations she has ever experienced in her life and it made her doubt whether or not 'true love' is real.
She went on to say that she does not look at relationships the same way she did before. Due to the stress and hurt, she felt as though she would die. Instead of letting the feelings take over, she picked herself up and accepted the situation, all because of her son.
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