- A proud mom has shared photos of her young daughter and her bestie, who don't allow racial barriers to affect their friendship
- The post was shared to popular Facebook group, ImStaying
- Facebook users and fellow stayers joined the proud mom in encouraging the young girls to continue living life and loving without boundaries
A very proud mom has taken to Facebook to share with Facebook group ImStaying the special relationship between two little girls - her daughter and her bestie. The post, which features the two girls lovingly sharing special moments at different occasions, was also accompanied by an inspirational message from the mom:
"The reason I’m staying... These two remind me of a pure love that has no boundaries. They are best friends and inseparable. The lockdown had its toll on their friendship because there was no more going out or sleepovers but they have kept it tight, thank God for video calls... I walk into Zama’s room in the middle of the night and I always find Gigi next to her (on the phone screen) sleeping. They video call the whole day and night until they pass out together.
"They are literally the same person and I am so glad they found each other. I pray that their bond lasts until they’re old and grey. Thank you Mommy Claudia Lourenco for supporting our girls and for being Zama’s second mommy. We love you."
The heartwarming post was met with even more heartfelt comments from stayers who encouraged both children to continue to grow and nurture their special bond. Others also applauded the girls and their moms for not allowing racial differences to separate them.
Here are some of those comments.
Ndlovu Wendy said:
"Beautiful friendship. Such friendships are rare."
Moni Delicate Phomane said:
"Love this friendship."
In other news, a rare breed of a dog that has the ability to sing by producing harmonic sounds from their mouths has been rediscovered after 50 years of being presumed extinct.
The dogs, commonly known as the New Guinea singing dogs, were last seen in 1970 and scientists thought they were extinct until 2016 when some breeds that exhibited similar characteristics were spotted on remote Papua highlands in Indonesia.
According to CNN, the researchers studied their DNA but had not come to a proper conclusion until 2018 when a new team went back to the highlands and collected fresh biological samples of the wild dogs.