- A proudly South African woman recently took to Facebook to celebrate building a new home for herself and her daughter
- In the heartwarming ImStaying post, she also shared a picture of the well-built and neat structure
- Facebookers were left absolutely moved by the touching post and many of them headed to the comment section to commend her
Being able to build a new home for yourself and your family is a lovely achievement, one that is worthy of a hearty celebration. A young South African mother recently took to Facebook's ImStaying group to celebrate building a new home for herself and her daughter.
In a heartwarming post, Dine Okon explained how she and her daughter moved from home to home without having a place of their own to settle down in. She also explains how proud she is of herself.
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"After so many years of moving up and down without a home, today me and my daughter we have a place we call home, even though this year was big roller coaster this is my achievement and very proud of myself, that's why #imstaying, thank God."
Stayers had this to say:
Raybin Windvogel said:
"Looks good! Enjoy your new home. It is a stepping stone to much more to come."
Riana Peach said:
"It is special and surely built with so much love. God bless you."
Betty Mohlaki said:
"Congratulations sister, we thank God for blessing you with a house, now you have a home where the heart is."
Sue Upton said:
"No place like your own home. Well done, looks beautiful."
In a similar news, Kenyans have heaped praises on a kind woman who built her mother a simple house.
Sharon Beverly said she fulfilled a promise she made to her mother of building her a house and though it was simple, she was still proud of the results.
Taking to Facebook, the young lady disclosed she had spent KSh 130,000 (N454,017.40) in constructing the house and she was hoping that she will plaster it soon.
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