Leave me alone.” “I’m not leaving until you talk to me.” I arrive at my door and proceed into my room and turn around to face my mother. “What do you want to talk about? You’re the worst parent and holding me hostage in my own house. I wish I had different parents.” I slam my door in her face and chuck my backpack against the wall. I then text all my friends about my situation and they all agree with me.
Soon after I found out the news about going to Florida, I then began to think about how we were going to get there. I have never been on a plane before, but apparently, we were going to be riding one there. After finding out that I was going to be on a plane for the first time, I was terrified. One, I am afraid of heights and two, I have never been out of the state without my family. I shouldn 't have been even panicking yet, because I haven 't asked to go yet.
After talking for a while my mom got off the phone and started talking to me, I remember one distinct thing she said to me. She said that she wished my grandparents were alive and that if they were alive we would not go back. I questioned what she meant, but then it came to me. She did not want to go back to our home and have to deal with my dad. My mom did not want to listen to my dad anymore, she was tired of him and want to be some where he was not.
I can still remember like it was yesterday the day my son was born. The feelings leading up to the day he was born were the most nerve racking days of my life. On August 27th 2015 me and my wife sat at home expecting the our son any moment. My mother was also with us and was there to help us after the baby was born. As the day went by the house filed with boredom and the feeling of nervousness, and outside being gray and rainy I knew that it wasn 't a beach day.
Of course, abortion was never an option. From that moment on, I decided I needed to find the courage inside me to step up and become a parent at such a young age. I had absolutely zero experience with babies. My family is small and not very close. Therefore, I was never around any babies or small children.
They all came into our lives in a different way, but they were all amazing and beautiful moments I will never forget. Becoming pregnant the first time was very hard. Our hopes were slowly drifting away, but we decided to try for the last time and we seek professional help. We started with a plan, but we still didn't see what
I couldn’t imagine the hell could send us to some parts of the world. I was thinking of “if I’d go to hell, I would see everything there, but not in the world”. The destiny decided to show me a piece of a hell when I was young, it was the time when I decided to build a family. Like any simple man in this world I dream of having a nice and quiet family, I was a rich man, and I had my own flat in my family’s building, also I had one factory and 2 shops, the money weren’t my problem. Finally, I decided to get married, but my first marriage doesn’t work.
Her parents didn’t know we were going out and she didn’t want to tell them because they wouldn’t accept that we were going out. I had to talk to her as friends but nothing else. Sometimes it was easy others I was tempted to give her a hug. The next week had began, I would actually like school more because it was only then when I could hug
Everyone thinks that i 'm just a bitch but that 's not true i 'm actually really nice if you get to know me. People think i 'm going to yell at the if they get too close to me but he isn 't the case. I have a best friend but she 's more of the bossy type and my not a big fan of that. Ever since the last year of middle school i 've been the popular girl. When I was in elementary I was bullied.
“I know, I haven’t seen you guys for a few months,” another kid chimes in. After I arrive back home, my mom questions me, “So how did your first day go?” “It was one of the most fun days of my life” I say, as I divulge into the story of the whole day. After I came to Amherst, I didn’t know how it would impact my life since being the new kid is nerve-racking at times. It caused me to be antsy at first about talking to people, and not wanting to share personal information about myself. I came to a realization a few years later, that this was the change I needed in my life, to be able to talk to people and step outside of my comfort circle, and it has shaped me to be the person I am