- Rosa and her family were adversely affected by Covid-19 and found themselves without a roof over their heads
- They had no place to call home and no money to cater for their needs
- Residents from a building she used to clean decided to rent a spacious home for her and paid the rentahead by two years
One good deed deserves another.
Rosa, a cleaner who works in the US, has grateful residents to thank for her new spacious home.
She started off the year dipped in worry, debt and uncertainty after losing her job thanks to the Covid-19 pandemic.
But every smile, every hallo, every kind gesture she did in the past came back to her tenfold.
The humble woman, whose savings were depleted over 2020, ended up living with a relative after lacking enough money to afford her own place.
Residents from the building she worked in decided to pull resources and make her life a bit easier.
They paid for a beautiful four bedroom apartment that came with hardwood floors, huge windows, a sizeable living room and great closet space. It was actually the largest apartment in the building.
Initially, Rosa thought she was taken to the house to clean it for prospective clients who were expected to view it. So she marvelled at every inch of the home as the building manager gave her a tour.
Then she was handed the keys, a two-year lease and told that the home was hers. The cleaning lady broke into tears as she thanked her loyal customers for thinking of her and her family.
In other news from Briefly.co.za about kindness in these trying times of the coronavirus, a South African woman recently did her bit for the community after paying for an entire taxi's passenger load.
Taking to Facebook, the woman explained how she overheard one family could not afford the trip and so she decided to pay for everyone. Many commended her for her kind action, also praying for God's blessings in her life.
Stayers had this to say about her good deed:
Dot Van Jaarsveld said: "Wonderful. You will be blessed double."
Mdava Mabuza said: "Wow! You are so blessed."
Griet Constable said: "Blessings will come you way."
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