The Day Of The Middle East Essay

861 Words Dec 16th, 2015 4 Pages
People are like tapestry weaving in and out of our life while shaping us. Some as blessing some as lessons. Some we love dearly, some we hate, but I believe there is always a reason each and every person that comes in our life. Back in 90s when I was just 6 years old and my sister was two. We used to live in 5 bedroom apartment with my uncles family. Jut to give some background so things won’t sound so out of this world. I’m talking about the 90s and this happened in Middle East country so this was the norm back then. Likewise, living in a joint family system was quite common and preferred in our culture and still is. My mom was a housewife back then as my uncle’s wife was visiting her family in another country, therefore, my mom took a responsibility of cooking and cleaning for my uncle and cousin. My journey started when my mom was expecting and needed extra help around the house. As the delivery time started coming closer things started getting harder for my mom. It was one evening when my dad took my mom to the doctor as she was not feeling well, and couldn’t get out of bed all day. They left me and my sister with my uncle at home. I remember being worried about my mom as she was really down. As they left I asked my uncle “what happened to mom will she be okay did we do something bad”. He said “she will be fine but we just need to take really good care of her and keep her happy”.
As we were having dinner that evening…

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