It is not always that OFWs suffer maltreatment from their foreign employers, especially domestic workers. Some are lucky enough to find a kind-hearted and generous employer that would embrace you wholeheartedly in their household.
Same goes for this woman who worked as a housemaid in Saudi Arabia for 33 years. Throughout those years, she only worked for one family.
At first, she was tasked to take care of the employer’s children. However, as their family grew big, the Filipina housemaid remained dedicated on the family and even took care of the grandchildren.
Facebook user El Caballero Y Cuervo got the chance to document the touching moment. The video which was posted in the Facebook account instantly became viral, gaining 7,017 shares as of the moment. Scroll down for videos
Nagpapaalam na ang isang Filipina OFW sa Middle East na nanilbihan bilang DH sa loob ng 33 na taon . Sya yung nag – alaga sa mga anak at apo ng kanyang amo simula pa ng mga bata sila . Naka wheelchair na po cya . Mabuhay po kayo nay idol ka namin dito.El Caballero Y Cuervo
Yung Amo pa niya ang nagtulak sa kanya habang nasa Airport.
Just when she was about to leave the country for good and be with her loved ones in the Philippines, tears fell as they escort their nanny into the airport.
One by one, her wards went to their nanny and gave her a warm hug, with tears pouring in their cheeks.
Grabe yung iyakan nila ng kanyang Amo Habang Namamaalam.
Halos di maalis ang kanilang yakapan para sa kanilang huling pagkikita.
Mabuhay po kayo nanay at maraming salamat sa serbesyo mo sa kanila, isa lang ang ibig sabihin nyan na isa kang tunay na huwarang OFW na dapat ipagmalaki sa lahat.
There is no certainty when you work abroad. You can’t be sure that you’ll land the same employer as this woman. However, the good thing about going abroad is the fact that you’ve tried to push harder for the sake of your family. You’ll be willing to take the risk for the ‘greener pasture’ that working abroad has to offer. Who knows, God might lead you to kind-hearted employers.
Proud OFW .