- A young local mom recently headed online to thank a kind woman who paid for her son's clothes at a local store
- According to her post, she was having trouble with the transaction at the till when the kind lady offered to pay for the clothes
- Many locals joined the young mom in thanking the generous woman who paid for the baby's things
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A young woman, Gratitude N. Masango, recently headed to Facebook's ImStaying to share a thank you message with Annamarie van der Merwe. According to her post, Annamarie paid for her baby's things after she was having trouble transferring her cash.
"Guys I had my own #ImStaying moment today (13.02.2021). So I went to Pnp clothing for a scarf, but then I saw some beautiful baby clothes for my son, I impulsively took took took... Hawu when I get to the tills I'm trying to transfer money but the network isn't connecting.
"And this very kind-hearted woman offers to pay for me, I didn't believe it, I thought it was a joke. But she did the most selfless thing ever, she paid for me, a stranger she doesn't know. Annamarie van der Merwe (Deysel) I appreciate you, God bless you, you made me feel special,"she wrote happily.
Stayers had this to say about the sweet post:
Kefilwe Promise Mokoena said:
"Be blessed Annamarie. That's commendable and sweet and beautiful."
Tlalane Kakana said:
"You are an angel Annamarie, God bless you."
Claire Wilmot said:
"I love reading these kinds of posts, no matter how small the act of kindness, it's good to know that there are still generous and kind-hearted people out there no matter how hard times get."
Keeping in tune with feel-good news, it was reported that sometimes all we can do is say thank you and just a thank-you is enough. A young South African woman recently headed online so that she could show her gratitude to a woman who bought her mom groceries earlier this year.
According to the heartwarming post, which was made by a young lady with the Twitter handle @PalesaMoila, the generous young woman bought the family groceries from Woolworths in January this year - a tough month for many local families.
"I finally traced the lady who bought my mother groceries in January, it was the first time for my family to enjoy food from Woolworths. I sent her a DM on Instagram, I hope she will remember me."
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