- A woman was treated to a huge surprise by a grieving strange lady who had lost her 8-year-old child
- It happened that the woman had gone to a local supermarket named Kroger to get a birthday cake for her daughter who would be 8 years old
- To her surprise, she was informed that a lady had not only paid for the cake but left off a note that made them cry
A woman got a huge at a local supermarket were she had gone to pick up a cake for her daughter’s 8th birthday at a local supermarket called Kroger.
The unidentified woman, Lovewhatmatters, reports that on her arrival, she was told that someone had already paid for the cake.
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Not only that, the stranger left off a touching note the local supermarket workers said made them cry.
The content of the note
The heart-touching note reads:
“My son Nehemiah would be 8-years-old today. I want to remember my son by doing good to others. I hope you enjoy your child’s cake, and I hope your day is special.
“Hold your baby a little tighter today, watch them as they play, be patient with them, kiss their sweet, little hand and tell them how much you love them. Our children are such special gifts! I hope your day is beautiful!
“Much love from me and my angel in heaven to your family.”
Lady gets surprise note from a friend she had issues with on birthday
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a lady showcased the note a friend she had issues with had given her on birthday.
The celebrant named Uchechi said the handwritten note came with gifts. According to her, it was the lady’s way of making peace and apologizing.
The note which was penned by one Achara Amarachi reads in part:
“I call you ‘Uche Nwere way,’ a name peculiar to you from me because:
“You are strong lady who despite odds and setbacks will always find a working solution to solve her problems.
“A lady who remains positive about life and all her experiences.
“A lady who has designed the skies with her own beautiful colours.”