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Lady shares photos of herself rocking her mum's blouse 8 years after

Gratitude and thanksgiving - this is what this season is all about. But even more, it is also about remembering good memories, getting nostalgic and sharing experiences and stories that once hurt us terribly.
In line with this thought, a Nigerian lady named @IfeomaBNwobu on Twitter took to sharing a throwback photo of her mother. The lady who was at the time still a kid was hugging her mother in a very affectionate manner.
The mother who was very beautiful was wearing a very pretty blouse that was very well embellished. If only this lady named Ifeoma knew that eight years after her mom wore that attire, she was going to be no more.
In any case, Ifeoma lost her mother eight years after but that pretty blouse which her mother wore on that memorable day still lived on.
In reminisce of her mother, Ifeoma wore the blouse, and it really looked good on her. The navy blue attire fit her perfectly because, of course, she was now a big girl. But even more, it fit her well because she was her mother's daughter.
Ifeoma who was very nostalgic about wearing her mother's cloth took to Twitter to share a throwback photo of herself and her mother as well as a photo of herself wearing the same attire eight years later.
She also shared a caption that mirrored her deep feelings and love for her mother. She said: "8 years later. In her clothes. I still miss you,Carol. I love you, always. Man. I found the photo of her with me so randomly. Before now, I had no pictures of her at all. I didn’t expect it so I sobbed like a child. Eventually burst out into laughter when I took a second look at myself in the throwback picture."


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