- A 25-year-old lady, Keaira, has been able to reunite with her dad decades after he has been missing from her life
- The lady sent Jeremiah a message as a way to let him know that she is his daughter
- Though the father seems a bit taken aback, he told Keaira where he lives in the US
A lady, Keaira, has got many people emotional after she shared how she was able to reconnect with her dad after 25 years.
On Father’s Day, she sent a simple message to the man identified as Jeremiah. She told the man that she got to know that he could be her dad some years ago.
Keaira said that she is reaching out without having any expectation, telling him that she would only like to meet him someday.
After informing him, the lady told Jeremiah that she is now 25 years old and stays in California, adding that she is always available to chat.
In response, the man said:
“Omg I am lost for words right now. I believe I remember your mother and I would luv to hear from you. I live in Lithonia.”
To show that not only did they meet but also got along well, the lady shared attached a photo of them together to a Twitter post she made on Thursday, November 26.
See her post below:
Many people have expressed love to her as they engaged her post powerfully on the platform. As at the time of writing this report, the lady's post has over 260,000 likes and thousands of comments.
Below are some of the reactions:
"Beautiful. I reached out to my White father on Father’s Day 1999. We spoke and I offered to stay in touch. He said yes but didn’t. I found his two daughters years later. I reached out and they never responded. My family told me that father’s family was ashamed of me being Native."
"The fact that she took initiative and reached out to her Father wanting to build a relationship, instead of blaming him for missing out on 25 years of her life speaks VOLUMES!! She deserves this on so many levels!!"
"Awwww. My partner got in touch with his birth father this year (we are twice your age, so this was a true gift) and it's been a really positive part to what has been an otherwise trying year. Every happiness to you."
"I understand that bringing a family back together is a good thing.. but i will never fully grasp wanting to seek out your biological parent(s) after them not wanting to be involved in your life as a child."
In more Briefly.co.za news, a grateful South African woman recently took to Facebook's ImStaying group to share a heartfelt appreciation post for the helpful man that took her husband in after he was stranded in the rain due to car trouble.
"Unfortunately I don't have a pic to go with my story, but I need to share:My husband (a big,white,bearded farmer) had car trouble in pouring rain last night close to a small town 100's of km's from home (where he was working).
"Looking for help and accommodation, dirty and soaking wet,the guesthouses could not accommodate him.A good samaritan (black man) came to his rescue next to the road, invited him to stay the night at his house and even offered him breakfast.Can't thank you enough for your hospitality, sir," she wrote.
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