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Today, I look back through vague but wo n d e r f u l m e m o r i e s, m e m o r i e s o f childhood, memories my mother and I share.
I remember playing games, cards and putting together puzzles which I still have stored in my attic. I would run downstairs and wake my mom, who already knew that I had had a bad dream, and we'd watch together.
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All of us have experienced the same happiness our mother brought to our lives.
I think the reason she is such a wonderful person is because the Holy Spirit resides within her.
About ten years ago my mom decided that she wanted to pursue her lifelong goal of becoming a teacher.
Nevertheless, in the long run, she believed it would pay off. What my mother didn't realize was that not all things pay off in this unfair world.
She is v er persuad y good for me a ed me to go to nd has with her church every Su nday for as I can as long rememb er.
She knew it would be hard work raising four kids, doing < studying at housework, and the same time.
After four hard, dedicated years of school, she graduated on a w a r m s p r i n g d a y. I t w a s somehow better than perfect. It was unbelievable.
Then, I decided I must move on with my life and accept the fact that she might never get better.
Since my decision, I have become more mature, responsible, and active in school.
I feel less obligated to stay home on Friday and Saturday nights. I have found a wonderful boyfriend with whom
I plan to spend the rest of my life. I have overcome the hardest obstacle I believe
I would ever have to face accepting that my mother is slowly dying.
Through the years I have always been able to change negative situations into positive ones.
At the moment, I'm happy with my life.
Published on Feb 25, 2014