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Son Uses His Own Money To Gift A Gorgeous House To His Beloved Parents [Video]

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LeJuan, the YouTube Personality, got his stardom when he started making comical videos on himself on YouTube. He believes, that he owes everything to his parents, who were married for 33 years now and are still working hard. His parents sacrificed everything for their children. Both of them worked day and night, double shifts, to provide for their family. They have to work so hard because they have recently shifted to the United States.Mom worked as a housekeeper at Disney and in the night as a cashier at Walgreen. Dad worked in maintenance while at night, being a cashier at Burger King.

He never said this to his parents, but he was very grateful to his parents for their sacrifices for him and his siblings.

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When LeJuan, is financially stable, he finally decided to make his childhood dream come true and surprise his parents. He always dreamed of buying a home for his parents. He blindfolds his parents, grabs them by their hand and took them to their beautiful new home.They were standing in front of their house and he took off their blindfolds and the second they saw their new home; the tears start filing their eyes. It is the best moment for them, which they can never forget.

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LeJuan’s t-shirt has a rightful saying, “God is Good”, which indeed proved for him and his family.

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A Man I Never Should’ve Married I Spent Nearly 12 Years With him. He Never Touched Me. We F-ought About My Weight. I Was Immune To Anything But Pain. And Then I Met Adam.’

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“I spent nearly 12 years with a man I probably never should’ve married. He never physically h-urt me, but he left me feeling very unloved and undesired. I thought if I just loved harder, tried more, and focused on the positive, it would get better. But it never did. He never touched me. He always worked late. We f-ought about my weight, about my goals and aspirations, and about money. I can’t tell you how many nights I cried myself to sleep. I finally found the strength to leave in March of 2016.

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That was single-handedly the most difficult decision I have ever made. Right, wrong, or otherwise, h-urting someone I had spent so much of my life trying to love nearly destroyed me. On top of that, I felt like everything I had ever believed in was a lie. There’s a bit of time there where I honestly don’t recognize myself. I h-urt people I loved and made t-errible choices. I was immune to anything but pain.

Thankfully that time period was short-lived. I joined Tinder in May, and I remember talking to a friend about my search. He asked me what my hurry was, and why I didn’t want to spend some time alone after such a long relationship. While it may be difficult for others to understand, I had felt more alone in the last three years of my marriage than I ever could have explained. I was ready for a real relationship.

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Adam messaged me on Mother’s Day. He was so refreshing! He had a great sense of humor, made me smile, and talked like a sweet southern boy. He was on midnight shifts though, so his schedule was difficult to work around. It took three weeks before we were able to meet for our first date. He took me to dinner and was telling me all about his family. He’s one of nine kids, and it was hard to keep up with.

I ended up drawing his family tree on a napkin to help myself stay organized. We continued talking, and I learned more and more about him, his past, and who he is today. While he and I came from very different walks of life, I felt more connected to him than I’ve ever felt to anyone.

He was also d-ivorced, and neither of us wanted anything to do with marriage again. The way we saw it, our marriages kept us in awful relationships because we didn’t want to go through with d-ivorce. I wanted to be in a relationship where the other person truly wanted to be there, and if they ever found that they were no longer interested, I wanted them to be able to leave freely.

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Throughout the summer, my ex continued to try to get me to work things out with him, and my guilt continued to press on my heart.

As much as I was falling for Adam, I still struggled with the idea of giving up on my marriage. More than anything, I felt like I was destroying my faith by letting go of my vows. Several people helped me through these feelings. One of them told me, ‘There is absolutely nothing you can do that will make God love you any more or any less than He already does. Don’t spend your life resenting your faith.

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Do what you need to do to find happiness.’ My family and friends were huge supports, and reminded me of all the reasons I was making the right decision. I had a running list on my phone that I would go back to whenever I was feeling weak. And then there was Adam. When I told him I was struggling and wasn’t sure what I wanted to do, he encouraged me to make the best decision for me. He said he would support me no matter what, and that he understood wanting to f-ight for my marriage. He told me to take all the time I needed, and he wouldn’t stand in my way.

I b-roke down and told my ex I’d try counseling with him.

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Immediately after agreeing, I started crying and couldn’t stop. The thought of letting Adam go b-roke my heart more than anything else. I prayed and prayed and prayed, and I went to that counseling session with teary eyes and a heavy heart. Then the counselor did something that I never expected: he gave me permission to choose to leave.

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He said that we ultimately have to decide what’s best for us, and not make the decision for the other person, because that’s how it would play out in the end anyway, whether it happened today, next week, or in fifteen years. I finally found the peace I needed, and I let myself leave for good. Our d-ivorce was finalized in late November. Adam and I continued dating and seeing each other when we could. His work schedule continued to be demanding, but he came to visit me often and vice versa.

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When my lease was up in April, I moved in with him. By May, we were talking about kids. The hardest part of his -was losing his step-son, and I had been wanting children for 10 years at that point. I knew that even if we didn’t stay together, Adam would be an incredible father, and I was beyond ready to be a mother. I landed my dream job as a principal at an elementary school in Flint, Michigan, in June.

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My commute was an hour and a half each way. I ended up buying a house 30 minutes from work in October. We found out we were pregnant in November, and I used the napkin from our first date to tell him! (I added to the family tree…)

In May, we purchased a new car to accommodate our growing family, and we had our beautiful, perfect little girl in August. Adam went out of his way to do everything he could to help me from developing postpartum de-pression. Everything was falling into place, and I was watching God’s plan unfold. And then, just four days before my maternity leave ended, I found out I was being laid off. The news crushed me.

Life changed drastically, but the one thing that remained a constant in my world was Adam.

He never wavered. He continued to show me love and support, despite our world turning upside down. He worked 12-hour shifts with only every other weekend off to support us. He continued being his incredible self. He’s the kind of man who will get me a Slurpee at the gas station without me asking, or randomly bring home a dozen roses and a card or a pack of my favorite Oreos. Anytime he leaves the room, he asks if I need anything.

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He tells me, ‘Goodnight, beautiful,’ before I go to sleep and always acknowledges the silly things I tag him in on social media.

He sends me random uplifting texts, and always, always responds to me. He supports my wildest dreams, like opening up a new school and investing in my photography business, while simultaneously raising two babies (we’re due with number two in July!).

He cleans and does laundry, and he is an excellent cook! But above all, he loves me, and he loves our family, with every ounce of his being.

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Today, he drove an hour commute each way, after working midnights – he left for work at 9:45 last night, after only getting a 2-hour nap because I was gone all day, and he had our little girl.

He came home at 8 a.m. This morning, kissed me good morning, kissed my pregnant belly and got our baby girl up so I could sleep a bit longer. I woke up two hours later to a homemade omelet waiting for me, and he was singing our baby girl to sleep with country music. Ladies, there are amazing men in this world. Stop putting up with the B.S. and find a partner who loves and respects you, one who will always put you and your family first. You deserve it!

This Article Was First Published on “lovewhatmatters.com

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4-Year-Old Boy Tells Mother He Will Wait For Her In Heaven Before P-assing Away

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If you are looking for a feel-good story, you should probably move on to the next option. Then again, it really depends on your definition of a happy ending. This story involves the d-eath of a 4-year-old child but it will make you believe that there are exceptional individuals, even at a young age. The last words that young Nolan Scully said before he p-assed away was to his mother. He said ‘I love you’. He also talked a lot about his impending d-eath as his health continued to go downhill. He even told her that he would wait in heaven for her.

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Nolan may have had a short life but he touched many people. Over 335,000 people followed his story on social media and loved to see his smile. The disease that Nolan had was rhabdomyosarcoma. It is a type of soft tissue that is very rare. The diagnosis came when he was only 3-years-old and it took a lot out of him. There was one thing that it couldn’t take, however, and that was his spark for life. “Every battle he’s had, he just bounced back, unbelievably,” said Mark Bell, a family friend and Chief of the Leonardtown Volunteer F-ire Department. “You knocked him down, he just came back and ran.”

A dream that this young lad had was to be a policeman. While he was in the hospital, he was able to see his dream come true. The city’s police commissioner swore in ‘Sgt. Rollin’ Nolan’. There were also a number of departments that did similar. Ruth, Nolan’s mom talked about the moment she realized that he was not going to make it through.

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“We were sat down with his ENTIRE team. When his Oncologist spoke, I saw the pure pain in her eyes. She had always been honest with us and f-ought alongside of us the whole time. But his updated CT scan showed large tumors that grew compressing his bronchial tubes and heart within four weeks of his open chest operation. The Mestatic Alveolar Rhabdomyosarcoma was spreading like wild f-ire. She explained at this time she didn’t feel his illness was treatable as it had become resistant to all treatment options we had tried and the plan would be to keep him comfortable as he was deteriorating rapidly.”

Ruth knew the time to be honest with her son had come. This is the conversation she had with him:

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Me: Poot, it hurts to breathe doesn’t it?
Nolan: Weeeelll…. yeah.
Me: You’re in a lot of pain aren’t you baby?
Nolan: (looking down) Yeah.
Me: Poot, this C-ancer stuff sucks. You don’t have to f-ight anymore.
Nolan: (Pure Happiness) I DONT??!! But I will for you Mommy!!
Me: No Poot!! Is that what you have been doing?? F-ighting for Mommy??
Nolan: Well DUH!!
Me: Nolan Ray, what is Mommy’s job?
Nolan: To keep me SAFE! (With a big grin)
Me: Honey … I can’t do that anymore here. The only way I can keep you safe is in Heaven. (My heart shattering)
Nolan: Sooooo I’ll just go to Heaven and play until you get there! You’ll come right?
Me: Absolutely!! You can’t get rid of Mommy that easy!!
Nolan: Thank you Mommy!!! I’ll go play with Hunter and Brylee and Henry!!”

A few days later, Nolan’s final moments came.

“We laid in bed together and he sketched out how he wanted his f-uneral, picked his pall bearers, what he wanted people to wear, wrote down what he was leaving each of us, and even wrote down what he wanted to be remembered as… which of course was a Policeman.”

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Ruth has slipped off to go to the bathroom at one point and Nolan seemed to sense that this would be the best time to let go. The entire medical staff was there when she came out but Nolan decided he had one more gift to give to his mother. She said, “I ran and jumped into bed with him and put my hand on the right side of his face. Then a miracle that I will never forget happened.

My angel took a breath, opened his eyes, smiled at me and said ‘I Love You Mommy’, turned his head towards me and at 11:54 pm Sgt. Rollin Nolan Scully p-assed away as I was singing ‘You are My Sunshine’ in his ear.”

This Article Was First Published on “goodfullness.com

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4-Year-Old Boy Tells Mother He Will Wait For Her In Heaven Before Passing Away

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If you are looking for a feel-good story, you should probably move on to the next option. Then again, it really depends on your definition of a happy ending. This story involves the d-eath of a 4-year-old child but it will make you believe that there are exceptional individuals, even at a young age. The last words that young Nolan Scully said before he p-assed away was to his mother. He said ‘I love you’. He also talked a lot about his impending d-eath as his health continued to go downhill. He even told her that he would wait in heaven for her.

Image: Source

Nolan may have had a short life but he touched many people. Over 335,000 people followed his story on social media and loved to see his smile. The disease that Nolan had was rhabdomyosarcoma. It is a type of soft tissue that is very rare. The diagnosis came when he was only 3-years-old and it took a lot out of him. There was one thing that it couldn’t take, however, and that was his spark for life. “Every battle he’s had, he just bounced back, unbelievably,” said Mark Bell, a family friend and Chief of the Leonardtown Volunteer F-ire Department. “You knocked him down, he just came back and ran.”

A dream that this young lad had was to be a policeman. While he was in the hospital, he was able to see his dream come true. The city’s police commissioner swore in ‘Sgt. Rollin’ Nolan’. There were also a number of departments that did similar. Ruth, Nolan’s mom talked about the moment she realized that he was not going to make it through.

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“We were sat down with his ENTIRE team. When his Oncologist spoke, I saw the pure pain in her eyes. She had always been honest with us and f-ought alongside of us the whole time. But his updated CT scan showed large tumors that grew compressing his bronchial tubes and heart within four weeks of his open chest operation. The Mestatic Alveolar Rhabdomyosarcoma was spreading like wild f-ire. She explained at this time she didn’t feel his illness was treatable as it had become resistant to all treatment options we had tried and the plan would be to keep him comfortable as he was deteriorating rapidly.”

Ruth knew the time to be honest with her son had come. This is the conversation she had with him:

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Me: Poot, it hurts to breathe doesn’t it?
Nolan: Weeeelll…. yeah.
Me: You’re in a lot of pain aren’t you baby?
Nolan: (looking down) Yeah.
Me: Poot, this C-ancer stuff sucks. You don’t have to f-ight anymore.
Nolan: (Pure Happiness) I DONT??!! But I will for you Mommy!!
Me: No Poot!! Is that what you have been doing?? F-ighting for Mommy??
Nolan: Well DUH!!
Me: Nolan Ray, what is Mommy’s job?
Nolan: To keep me SAFE! (With a big grin)
Me: Honey … I can’t do that anymore here. The only way I can keep you safe is in Heaven. (My heart shattering)
Nolan: Sooooo I’ll just go to Heaven and play until you get there! You’ll come right?
Me: Absolutely!! You can’t get rid of Mommy that easy!!
Nolan: Thank you Mommy!!! I’ll go play with Hunter and Brylee and Henry!!”

A few days later, Nolan’s final moments came.

“We laid in bed together and he sketched out how he wanted his f-uneral, picked his pall bearers, what he wanted people to wear, wrote down what he was leaving each of us, and even wrote down what he wanted to be remembered as… which of course was a Policeman.”

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Ruth has slipped off to go to the bathroom at one point and Nolan seemed to sense that this would be the best time to let go. The entire medical staff was there when she came out but Nolan decided he had one more gift to give to his mother. She said, “I ran and jumped into bed with him and put my hand on the right side of his face. Then a miracle that I will never forget happened.

My angel took a breath, opened his eyes, smiled at me and said ‘I Love You Mommy’, turned his head towards me and at 11:54 pm Sgt. Rollin Nolan Scully p-assed away as I was singing ‘You are My Sunshine’ in his ear.”

This Article Was First Published on “goodfullness.com

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