- A young woman recently headed online to share a heartfelt thank-you post with a woman who bought her mom groceries
- According to the post, the kind woman purchased the family some food from Woolworths during January this year
- Many locals headed to the comment section to thank the woman and share their thoughts on the appreciation post
Sometimes all we can do is say thank you and just a thank-you is enough. A young South African woman recently headed online so that she could show her gratitude to a woman who bought her mom groceries earlier this year.
According to the heartwarming post, which was made by a young lady with the Twitter handle @PalesaMoila, the generous young woman bought the family groceries from Woolworths in January this year - a tough month for many local families.
"I finally traced the lady who bought my mother groceries in January, it was the first time for my family to enjoy food from Woolworths. I sent her a DM on Instagram, I hope she will remember me."
Many locals loved the heartwarming post. A lot of them also headed to the comment section to share their thoughts. Read some of them below:
"We need each other in life and should stop at nothing from helping one another."
"What inspired her to buy food for your mom? The back story may inspire others to help the family even more. Not every question comes from a bad place."
"She's a former colleague. A very beautiful person, with a wonderful spirit too."
In similar heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, Nikka Stemmet posted a heart-warming story in the #ImStaying group on Facebook. She revealed that her grandfather had lost his wallet while out delivering.
Police officers from Pinelands drove all the way to Mitchell's Plain, a distance of 26,6 km to personally deliver the wallet to a very surprised and grateful Nikka.
She wanted to thank the police and let people know what know that there are some great police out there. She posed with the cops and her nephew who was so excited that the police drove all that way for them.
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