- A proud daughter recently headed to Facebook to wish her mother a happy 93rd birthday
- According to the post, despite her great old age, is still able to take good care of herself and enjoy the same things she enjoyed when she was younger
- Many South Africans took the opportunity to wish the old lady a very happy birthday
A proud South African daughter, Thoko Molefe, recently headed to Facebook's popular ImStaying group to share a sweet and touching post about her elderly mother who is turning a great old 93-years-old today.
"Please join me in celebrating my mother's birthday( her pic just now). She is a blessed 93-year-old today. She can do almost everything for herself; she makes up her bed on waking up, baths herself, opens and closes windows, irons her clothes, frequently does physical exercises.
"She also whatsapps, video calls, plays phone games like sudoku, word games, crossword puzzles, etc. She is such an inspiration to all of us. We thank God for the blessing she is and for giving her good long healthy life," she wrote happily.
Soon the comment section was overflowing with birthday wishes for the old lady. Read a few of them below:
Agnes Mkhuzangwe said:
"She looks intelligent o moshebile fela. Happy birthday to her"
Ruby Rose said:
"She rocks. Reminds me of my aunt who passed away in June last year. Loved her games on the phone and all these soapies. We pray that she will enjoy good health and happiness for years to come. Appreciate her as there will never be anyone like her ever again."
In similar heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, Helene Rossouw shared a heartwarming post about a family friend in celebration of her 105th birthday. According to Helene, Roos was born on 27 January, 1916 and has lived her life on a farm.
Helene states that all of Roos' children and grandchildren spent their lives on her grandfather's farm and hers. She added that her late father had grown up in front of Roos. Helene spoke passionately about Roos and the type of woman she is.
Helene describes Roos as a "formidable woman of substance". She shared that Roos was a baker who never had a recipe written as she kept every recipe in her heart.
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