- A young man has shared a clip of himself and his mom sharing a special moment on camera
- In the short clip, the local man can be seen lifting his elderly mom and swinging her from side-to-side as she laughs joyously
- Facebookers loved the sweet clip, many of them sharing kind thoughts about it in the comment section
Mothers are a source of endless joy and comfort, appreciating their presence in our lives is the very least we can do to say thank you. A young man recently took to Facebook to show his mom some love.
Sir-Jovial Maisela Legadimana headed to the popular ImStaying group to share a short clip of himself having a bit of fun with his mom. In the clip, he can be seen lifting her up and gently swinging her around, much to her delight. He sweetly captioned the post:
"When we get time, let's make our mothers happy hey, we call her 'Bomma'. That's the reason #imStaying."
Thousands of touched Stayers loved the heartwarming post. Many of them headed to the comment section to share kind words and thoughts with the young man, a few of which you can read below.
LaShongwe Ndzimandze said:
"I love this."
Susan Spenceley said:
"Ahhh that's so lovely."
Rue Masunda said:
"They're happy people, that's so sweet."
Anna Kedibone Mathe said:
"Lovely, you will definitely treat your wife well."
Aphiwe Tiwani said:
"This is one of the most cutest things I've ever seen, love it."
In more heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, while many were sitting back hopelessly during the nationwide lockdown, a group of homeless Durban men decided to sit up and start a vegetable garden to feed themselves. Soon the garden was large and prosperous - not only a source of food but also a source of income for the men, who spent their days nurturing the seeds they planted.
Now their dedication and commitment to their garden have paid off massively. The innovative homeless men have been turned into working-class businessmen after receiving a huge contract to supply vegetables to Boxer Superstores.
According to reports, they will be supplying Boxer with spinach, tomatoes and peppers; it is a bright start for the men, who started off their farm only hoping to feed themselves during a hard time.
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