All that night I could not sleep at all. I remember sleeping my parents room and watching “That’s so Raven” all night long. Even the stupidest of Raven from the show did not take away the thoughts that was coming out of my head of that moment that my mom left the house a few hours ago. Like it was Tuesday, I needed to go school. So I went to school and in high school I was a good girl and never had my phone out. That day I remember when my orchestra director told me to put my phone away. At that moment I felt he was the most nefarious person in the world because he did not know what I was going through right now. Therefore I put it away but it was noon the next day and I did not anything over my mother or my father. Then I get a text from my mom saying “when can I talk to you”, and in that second I called her. She told me, “Honey, I am ok and you...
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... cry to it. I felt weak, I just wanted to run out of there. I the first thoughts that it came to my head was, I almost lost my father!” Then, my mom came to my ear and said “Be strong for daddy!” At that moment, I went to my dad and said to him “I love you, go home I will be find I am here alive”. When my mom pulled me away, I pushing towards my dad because I did not wanted to leave is side again because what happen I lost him again?
When I got out of the ICU, I went home with my mom and I remember what see said to me in the car. She said, you know that the hospital that saved your father life’s was the hospital that you were born. I did not realizes that until she told me that, guess what I did, cry again. Finally, she told me, do not worry daddy is ok. Now on we need to happy and be the light to your father to give him motivation. That is what exactly what I did.
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