- A young woman living with a disability recently shared a heartfelt message dedicated to the love of her life, her husband
- In the post, she thanks him for all the things he has done for her including loving her despite her disability
- Many locals were moved by the post, each of them heading to the comment section to share thoughtful messages
A beautiful young SA lady named Lisakhanya Christabella Zenzile - Nyweba recently shared a heartfelt post in Facebook's ImStaying ImStaying group about her husband who has loved her unconditionally despite her disability.
#Imstaying. 12 years ago when I ended up being a paraplegic ending in the wheelchair for the rest of my life, I never thought I would find myself this happy with a new name and surname , but I have with God's guidance and blessings.
I met this handsome man called my husband today a few months ago and it was love at first sight plus it felt like we've known each other forever. He decided right at that moment that this was his wife and would do everything to keep it that way and make me happy and treat me like the queen I am.
She then explains how the two of them wed in a beautiful ceremony that helped her heal from the loss of more than one family member over a short period of time. She also adds how grateful she is for her supportive and loving husband, ending the post off by thanking him.
Stayers had this to say:
Cassandra Keysha said:
"Love is the most honest feeling that sees no imperfections and wrongs. Congratulations dear."
Nontle MaJali Bucslady Yebela said:
"Love is beautiful."
In similar heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, getting a job these days is harder than ever. While many don't seem to be having luck in that department, a young South African woman is not one of them - something she is undoubtedly very proud of.
The young woman with the Twitter handle, @kgotthie recently headed to her personal Twitter page to share that she had gotten the job. While she did not explain what the job was, her followers were happy for her regardless.
"I got the job," she simply wrote in the heartwarming Twitter post.