– A grateful woman recently took to Facebook to thank the couple who have done so much for her and her kids
– In the post, she explained how the couple gave her a car, pay her children’s school fees and gave them a place to stay
– The post quickly blew up with thousands of locals taking to the comment section to commend the beautiful couple
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A young woman, Theophilia Phadi recently headed to Facebook’s ImStaying group to thank a young couple who she explains in the heartwarming post how the pair helped her and her children in a number of ways, offering them a place to live and even gifting her a car.
“Alison & David Redgate: This couple has done amazing things for me & my family. I could write a book if I had to mention everything they did just to mention the few, they gave us a home.
“They showed us unconditional love, even though they moved to England but they still paying for the kids education & they left me one of their cars to use without asking me to pay for it…in short, I would like to thank them from the bottom of my heart & may the good Lord bless them.#imstaying,” she wrote.
The post quickly blew up raking in over 12 000 likes. Many South Africans also headed to the comment section to commend the couple for their amazing kindness. Read a few of their comments below.
Sharron Leigh Hunter said:
“We need to help each other, no matter how small it all counts, they are wonderful people.”
Martin Phillips said:
“Thanks to those beautiful people that blessed you. May they receive many blessings for their kindness. GOD BLESS all of you.”
Gerda Putzier said:
“They sure have a place in heaven.”
In more touching Briefly.co.za news, a grateful South African woman recently took to Facebook’s ImStaying group to share a heartfelt appreciation post for the helpful man that took her husband in after he was stranded in the rain due to car trouble.
“Unfortunately I don’t have a pic to go with my story, but I need to share:My husband (a big,white,bearded farmer) had car trouble in pouring rain last night close to a small town 100’s of km’s from home (where he was working).
“Looking for help and accommodation, dirty and soaking wet,the guesthouses could not accommodate him.A good samaritan (black man) came to his rescue next to the road, invited him to stay the night at his house and even offered him breakfast.Can’t thank you enough for your hospitality, sir,” she wrote.
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