Girl receives her dream car as birthday gift from her mom

Oftentimes, we just can’t help but share posts about things we desire to have via social media. From random stuff like food, money, house designs, and even cars. One just can’t help but click that share button and say “SANA ALL” in its caption.

Image: Sophia Marcos/Facebook

As for this lucky girl, the winning caption for her shared post about her dream car was “ehem ehem”. Back in February 2019, Sophia Marcos shared a photo of the new design of the Honda Civic to which her mom, Pia Marcos jokingly asked if her daughter has a cough and later another relative commentted a “happy 18th birthday” greeting.

Image: Sophia Marcos/Facebook

Little did Sophia know that all along, her mom already had plans of buying her dream car for her.

Image: Sophia Marcos/Facebook

In September 2020, although a few months late from her 18th birthday, she received the biggest gift ever from her beloved mom. Via a Facebook post, she shared a little background story about her fascination for Honda Civic cars. She says when she encounters posts about it on social media, she just can’t help but share it on her timeline. Also, when she encounters one in real life, she just can’t help but turn her head and stare longingly at the car of her dreams.

Image: Sophia Marcos/Facebook

In photos uploaded with the post, Sophia is happily taking a pose beside her new car while carrying the keys to it.

Sophia then clarifies that her post is not intended to brag about the gift she received but to express her sincerest gratitude for her beloved mom. All these years, she was the one who pushed her to do her best in everything that she does.

Image: Sophia Marcos/Facebook

She also promised that someday, she will pay back all the things she received from her parents in her own way.

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Meanwhile, netizens just can’t help but wish they were Sophia too that her post quickly gained a lot of attention and it became a trending topic online. Well, who wouldn’t want to own the car of their dreams, right?