- A woman has penned a sweet thank you message to her friend who helped clean her home while she was in the hospital with Covid-19
- According to the post, she and her husband both tested positive and were hospitalized
- Many locals joined her in saying thanks to the wonderful friends
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A woman with a grateful heart, Pfukani Alphosinah Manyama, recently shared a touching story in Facebook's ImStaying about her friends who cleaned and disinfected her home while she and her husband were sick with Covid-19 in hospital.
"I would like to thank these 2 ladiesThoriso Baabua Nogana Motshegetsi Gobonaone. Here is why I'm grateful to them: My husband and I became ill in December(I thank God because my kids had gone to visit my parents in Limpopo), on the 17th my husband tested for covid19, results came back on the 20th and I went and tested on the 21st. On the 22nd, my husband got worse and he was admitted to the hospital and I got admitted the following day.
"We have a WhatsApp group with my friends, when I told them my husband got admitted, 1 of them said I will come ad stay with from tomorrow until your husband is discharged, the tomorrow is when I called them or they called said ladies I'm not feeling, I'm going to the hospital, they said to leave your house keys, we will come and clean and stay there."
She then goes on to say how she found her home spotless. She also mentions how her friends took the time to do a deep cleaning of the house, washing blankets, bed things, and even their dirty washing.
Stayers joined her in thanking her friends. Read a few of their comments below:
Sisanda Mgumane said:
"May God bless them."
Cheryl Hepburn said:
"What a beautiful blessing."
In similar heartwarming Briefly.co.za reports, a young woman, Ziyanda Gumede recently took to Facebook's ImStaying group to share how a generous stranger had paid for her little girl's school clothes after she laid them by at a local PEP store in her area.Lady shares sweet story about taxi driver who displayed true kindness
"Today I had a staying moment. I went with R100 to Pep store Pavilion to deposit on a school uniform lay-by for my 5-year-old daughter she's been nagging me to bring her school uniform, I tried explaining to her that I don't have enough money yet I'm going to pay some money to the shop then when I have money again I'll come back with her uniform.
"To my surprise, I was told someone has paid for the items I was so shocked never knew I could ever have a staying moment. Thank you so much to the customer who paid for school uniforms at Pep Pavilion because I was told the customer always come in January to pay for uniform lay-bye. My daughter is so happy she can't wait to start school. #ImStaying," she wrote.
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