- A young woman took to Twitter to share a picture of the beautiful car she just bought
- In her post, she also shares a tweet from seven years ago wherein she gushed over the pricey BMW
- Twitter users shared many congratulatory messages with her
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A young woman recently inspired the masses after she shared a very motivational post on Twitter about how she tweeted about a BMW 1 Series seven years ago and now this year was able to buy the pricey vehicle.
Her highly motivational tweet was captioned "How it started" indicating a tweet she made in 2013 about the car that read, "1 Series bafwethu" along with a smiley face. The next picture was captioned, "How it ended" and featured a picture of the brand-new black BMW 1 Series car.
The post racked up over 4 000 of reactions from tweeps who were wowed by how the young lady not only spoke her dream into existence but also strived to make it a reality a whole seven years later.
Here are some of their comments.
"Aibo congratulations love."
"Good things take time. I'm happy for you...congratulations."
"The universe is always listening."
"Such a beauty. Congrats."
"Crossed fingers soon and very soon..."
"You have worked."
Earlier YEN.com.gh wrote, no matter how relatively small it appears to be, everybody's achievement is valid. Perhaps that was what prompted a Nigerian lady with the Twitter handle @lauragaga1_ who showed off the fridge she recently bought.
In a post she made on the platform on Sunday, October 4, the lady was very happy with the household item as she said:
"My own very fridge... thank you Jesus." @lauragaga1_ said in a subsequent tweet that while some people call the item a small win, it is a big one for her 21-year-old self.
In the picture she shared on the platform, she could be seen posing with all smiles beside the brand-new cooling system. As at the time of writing this report, her tweet had really gone viral with over 48,000 likes and loads of comments.
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