- A happy South African woman recently headed to Facebook to thank the stranger who paid for her son's school clothes
- According to the post, the clothes were on layby at a local PEP store when the generous stranger paid for them
- Many joined the grateful woman in thanking the stranger for their good deed
A grateful mother, Zan Lantu, recently headed to Facebook's ImStaying to share a heartwarming thank you with the stranger who paid for her son's school clothes which were on layby at a Pep store in her area.
"At 13:38 today I received a phone call from a lady saying she is calling me from Pep in Newton Park. Someone has paid for my school clothes layby, I must bring my ID and just come in at Pep stores 4th Avenue to fetch my layby.
"I would like to thank the good samaritan who paid for my Son's school uniform. The excitement I felt when I received the call was tremendous that why #ImStaying. 2021 looks bright for my son, as turns 10yrs next month. Thanx to the lady, May God richly bless u," she wrote gratefully.
Stayers had this to say about the sweet post:
Hester Smit said:
"May God bless the good Samaritan and may He bless you and your son. May God always make away for you and your sonblessings"
Diane Jenny Wheatley said:
"How wonderful, what a blessing folks are being to each other. Thank you."
Louise McPherson said:
"Blessings to the person. Who paid and I hope your son was just as excited."
In similar inspring Briefly.co.za news, one man's trash is another man's treasure and for this South African man, this could not be any more true. Heading online a hardworking man shared how he turns trash into his own very special kind of treasure.
@Makatjane3 took to Twitter to share how he goes through dumpsites and trash to find old bottles that he uses to turn into decorative pieces for people's homes. He also shared pictures of his beautiful work with his impressed followers.
"When you see me at the dumping side, just know I will be collecting bottles to transform them into Decor products," he captioned the heartwarming and inspiring Twitter post recently.
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