- Two pictures of an elderly lady seated next another woman who seems to be her caregiver have gone viral online
- The elderly lady is leaning on her caregiver's shoulder as they remain seated on a bench at a bus stop
- The images were shared to the #ImStaying group on Facebook and Stayers could not get enough of how sweet they are
We're all suckers for a heartwarming moment and Lhuntuza Gwaza proved just that after she shared a tender moment that was captured in pictures to the #ImStaying group. She said it was her reason for staying in South Africa.
The two pictures she shared shows a very old and frail lady leaning on the shoulder of a younger nurse. They're seated on a bench at a bus stop clad in face masks. It is unclear who the old lady or the nurse is but this moment warmed hearts across Mzansi.
The post quickly went viral, gaining over 9 500 reactions and over 450 comments from proud Stayers who couldn't help but melt at the adorable pictures.
Lhuntuza captioned the post:
"This is beautiful. The reason why #Imstaying."
Stayers couldn't agree more as the images could bring a smile to anyone's face. Take a look at some of the responses left under Lhuntuza's post below.
Paulette Smith said:
"Wow, this just makes me so emotional. What a beautiful pic of love, care and trust. It truly warms my heart. God bless them both abundantly."
Jessica Jennifer Woodruff wrote:
"Caregivers are literally angels on earth. Their humility and love I will always be grateful for."
Sonja Rautenbach Botha commented:
"This made me cry, it reminded me of my mommy and her caregiver. I miss her so much every day."
Nanette Foss added:
"Special angels who become family members. Often replacing family who can't be there for so many reasons. God blesses all the kind-hearted personal carers in this world."
In other news about sweet viral posts, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a Lithuanian dad who finally got to meet his SA son after seven months. Due to the lockdown, Mandisa 'Mandy' Jancenkas' husband, Ernestas, a Lithuanian native, was unable to come to South Africa for the birth of their son.
Unfortunately, Ernestas missed the first seven months of his son's life as well. Recently, he was able to come back to South Africa and finally meet his baby boy.
Mandisa shared images of her husband and son to the #ImStaying group on Facebook. She shared that her family is finally united and that these are the happiest moments of their lives.
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Source: Briefly News