- A young medical practitioner has shared a sweet post thanking her mother for a gift she bought to further her studies
- @Korrinesky, the medic, says she received a stethoscope as a surprise from her loving mother but she was blown away by the message on it
- Her social media followers have joined in to praise the caring mother with many expressing envy of the valuable medical tool
A student medical practitioner has shared a beautiful message on her social media page, thanking her mom for a special gift that came as a surprise.
The young woman, who is also a mother, says she received a stethoscope from her loving mother but she didn’t notice the gift had a special message engraved on it.
@Korrisnesky posted two images of the medical tool and when looking at it, she saw a message and hearts, a symbol that it was sent to her with lots of love. She posted on Twitter:
“My mum surprised me with this stethoscope when I got into medical school. I only discovered the engraving the other day.”
The account holder has received sweet messages from her followers and many have praised her mother whilst also wishing her the best of luck.
“Oh My God, it's so meaningful really in the depth of heart, and also it's strange I'm Muslim but we have the same this belief in God's plans to us.”
“An engraving of success, dedication and service to humanity. I love it!”
“This is so nice... I suddenly crave a pink stethoscope.”
“Thoughtful gifts are the best.”
“Your mum is wonderful! A true African mum... God bless her.”
“Study hard every day at least eight hours. Medical school is hard.”
“I might do this for my friend who is in medical school.”
Briefly News reported that a law student, Diamond Makgaba, previously took to Twitter to gush about the luxury gift her mother bought for her 23rd birthday. Makgaba, who is a Pretoria-based law student, had received a Mercedes-Benz GLA 200 CDi from her mother.
Her post went viral on Mzansi's Twitter streets and South Africans quickly shared their views on the lavish gift.
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