& # 39; Thanks Australia for my money & # 39 ;: the moving post of Migrant who thanks her new country goes viral
& # 39; Thanks Australia for giving money & # 39 ;: the flowing mail from Migrant who is the & # 39; lucky land & # 39; thank you for all the welfare paid by the taxpayer that her family receives, goes viral
- Deidre Samson moved with her family to Australia from New Zealand in 2015
- The mother of three was so blown away & # 39; by the high standard of living
- On Monday she posted her gratitude on Facebook and it quickly went viral
Andrew Prentice for Daily Mail Australia
A migrant who moved to Australia with her family in 2015, has written a whining message on social media that shows the many benefits of coming home from lucky country. underlined.
The thoughts of Deidre Samson via her Facebook account went viral fast, with more than 1000 likes and 400 plus responses on Monday afternoon.
She begins by saying that she feels blessed before she indicates Australia's cheap food and cheap petrol prices.
Deidre Samson (photo) loves life on the Gold Coast after she moved with her family from New Zealand in 2015
Deidre Samson's Facebook message (photo) about the lifestyle that Australia offers, which quickly went viral
Samson then says that he has access to rent allowance, labor penalties and free medical expenses.
The mother of three children born in New Zealand who work in childcare then lists countless other benefits, including Australian school systems, quality hospital care and access to first homeowner fairs.
"I've been here a few years now and it was the best move we ever made as a family," Samson told Daily Mail Australia.
& # 39; I am a single mother of three and the opportunities in this country are endless.
& # 39; We made the switch in November 2015 and decided to settle on the Gold Coast, and have not looked back.
& # 39; I work full-time to support my family, I just wanted to show my gratitude for this beautiful country where we are all proud to call home. & # 39;
Deidre Samson (photo) moved from New Zealand to the Golden Coast in 2015 and & # 39; did not look back & # 39;
Samson does not want to go back over the Tasman and also says that her parents will also call the Glitter Strip home.
We have our own piece of paradise, & # 39; she said.
I wish we were moving sooner, I hope Aussies realize how good they are. & # 39;