It all started when my mom got a job. She always came sore and really tired every day when she came back from work .She told me if I can massage her back because she was sore. I told her “no I am busy”. One day she told me if I wanted to come to her work I said to her “yeah sure”. The next day my mom woke me up and told me to get dress so I did. Once I did we got to the car and then we left it took about an hour to get there.
Once we arrived we got off the car and we both walked inn. My mother left me in the office and told me to stay here. She told me she was going to put on her work uniform. Once she was done she started working quickly after she started working she look like really tired like if she had been working for hours without breaks even though she only worked for an hour. Then I thought to myself that she really works hard to support me and my brothers and sisters. I wanted to help after that but, when I did they didn’t allowed me to help because of my age. They told me to take a seat in the office and wait until she finished.
Once she was finished working I was so excited to leave my mom was very tired and not excited how I was all she wanted to do was go straight to bed and get a good night rest. Once we left home by the time we got there, my mom went straight to bed without even eating or showering. Immediately I walked in and I gave her a big thanks and I told her she was the coolest mom ever. I quietly closed the door and then I went straight to my room and I quietly closed my door and then I thought to myself that I learn something from going to my mom work that my mom is a hard worker and deserves a day off and also, something good to eat even though she mean sometimes I still love her and that’s why my mom is my hero.
Submitted by Anonymous
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