This OFW disguised as a Mang Inasal crew to surprise her children.
Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) are modern heroes who risk their lives to work abroad to provide for their families. Instead of staying in the country and received a little salary, working outside the country became their last resort knowing it will provide more than enough for their family back home.
After years of sleepless nights, being homesick and all, OFWs long for the day they will return home and reunite with their loved ones. No wonder why some OFWs make sure to make their homecoming extra special by making a surprise.
With that in mind, one OFW mother recently went viral on social media after surprising her children.
On the video shared by the Facebook page “Taga Pagadian ni bay”, the OFW disguised as a crew in one of the famous fast-food chains in the Philippines to surprise her children.
It can be seen in the video that the OFW is wearing the uniform of a Mang Inasal crew and hiding her face by using a mask. Her children, on the other hand, have no idea, looking so innocent in what is about to happen.
As of writing, the video earned 109k reactions, 2.7k comments, and 17.7k shares.
The life of an OFW is never easy. They have to endure sleepless nights, feeling homesick, being alone when they’re sick and during holidays, and a lot of sufferings they have to bear. What they are doing is all sacrifice and we couldn’t pay it with anything but thankfulness and loving them back.
If you have a family member, relatives or a friend who works as an OFW, give time to check on them and just simply express your love and appreciation to them. After all, they are not just helping their families, they’re helping the country also.
To all OFWs, hats off and we’re so proud of you!
See this heartwarming clip below
Isang OFW na ina nagpanggap na Waitresspara ma I surprise ang kanyan mga anak sa Pagadian CityNakakatouch po talaga yong ginawa nya!MANG INASAL GAISANO PAGADIAN.#Watch: Hanggang sa matapos, promise nakakaiyak. 😭💝
Posted by Taga Pagadian ni bay ツ on Tuesday, November 5, 2019