- A sweet SA man recently took to Facebook to share a heartfelt appreciation post dedicated to his beautiful wife
- In the post, he explains exactly how much the stunning young woman means to him
- The post soon left hopeless romantics swooning in the comment section, many f them wishing for similar loving unions
Loving and being loved back is amazing. A young South African man, Lee Kennedy, can absolutely relate. He recently took to Facebook's ImStaying group to share just how much he loves and appreciates his wife, Candice Harris-Kennedy.
"My beautiful wife. You are my life. You are my inspiration. You are my everything. I just wanna THANK YOU for who you are & I will never stop showing how grateful I am to have you in my life, therefore I'm staying. #SouthAfricanJewel #ImStaying" he wrote in the hearwarming post.
Soon it received thousands of likes from Stayers who undoubtedly thought the post was very sweet. Many of them took to the comment section to commend him for appreciating his wife. A lot of people also said they wish for a similar relationship.
Read a few of their comments below.
Mashley Nematswerani Mahada said:
Diketso Moloi said:
"Stay blessed in your marriage."
Snembali Nyathikazi said:
"I thought it was your sister."
Emmelry Mabuza said:
"Love is a beautiful thing."
Pandora Thusi said:
"Beautiful couple. Look alike."
Estheli Mathenjwa said:
"May God strengthen you guys."
Lindz Mkhwebane Shilakwe said:
"Beautiful couple. Love and protect her."
In other romantic Briefly.co.za news, can you remember how you met your significant other? Was it like fireworks or was it calm and peaceful? Glady Bouse remembers the day she met her husband like it was yesterday. When she was in Form Two, Glady’s grandma sent her to buy sugar.
When the student was at the shopping centre, she saw someone running behind her and that scared her. The happy wife hilariously revealed she was naïve back then and used to fear boys with everything within her.
“I saw someone chasing me and I started running too. I was so naive and scared of boys too,” she narrated.
That day, Glady returned home and told her grandmother about the bizarre ordeal. She was told to be extremely vigilant every time she was walking around the village.
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