- A South African daughter-in-law recently took some time out to share a sweet post about her grandma in law who turns 94-years-old today
- In the post, the young woman includes a heartwarming picture of herself with the old lady and her mom-in-law
- Many loved the post, each taking to the comment section to wish the elderly woman a happy happy birthday
Not all in-laws get along nicely and this South African woman knows that. That is why she took some time to say how grateful she is for the relationship she has with her in-laws and at the same time, wish her granny-inlaw a wonderful happy birthday.
Taking to Facebook's ImStaying, Lauren Theron-Hanekom shared a beautiful picture of herself spending some time with the birthday girl and her mom in law. She also shares how the three of them get along like a house on fire.
"This is my husband's mother and grandmother on her 94th birthday earlier this month. An example of how well in-laws can get along. Granny can still play rummy and for this #ImStaying. P.s. we did not plan on all wearing blue and white on her birthday!," she happily captioned the heartwarming post.
Stayers had the following to say:
Patricia Baatjes said:
"Happy birthday to Granny. You are blessed by having them in your circle"
Loraine van Tonder said:
"Wonderful! God bless you and your loved ones today and always. Stunning pic."
Pat Branford said:
"Blessings and awesomeness to you all. ❤️Special photo"
In more touching Briefly.co.za news, another Mzansi nurse has been commended by grateful South Africans. Matimba Hlungwani, a nurse at Milpark hospital received a lot of praise from Mzansi after Tshameleni Malungani shared in Facebook's ImStaying how he went out of his way to make her elderly dad feel at ease during a difficult hospital stay.
"This young man is the reason I am staying. His name is Matimba Hlungwani, a male nurse at Milpark Hospital. My dad, who is 84 years old, was admitted for the past 3 weeks. Since you can't visit your loved ones during Level 3 to check on them you have to phone.
"This young man will make sure that I speak to my dad every single day. Today it was so emotional when he was discharged and saying to me this boy has a good heart and God will protect him. He said he was taking good care of me and so respectfully. These days we hear terrible stories about nurses especially elderly people who are helpless," she wrote gratefully.
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