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Cherish What you Have, I still remember the worst day of my life, the day I was never prepared for and wished it had never come

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I still remember the worst day of my life, the day I was never prepared for and wished it had never come. Ever since that day, my life had fallen apart. I always wished I can travel back in time and change everything but you couldn't. I would always think, maybe life would be different if I had told her something before she left but it was too late. I still remember the guy dressed in white who had a stethoscope around his neck said with despair, "Sorry, but we tried our best." Tears of regret rolled down my cheeks as I began thinking of that miserable day. It was a cloudy autumn morning as I was prepared to head off to school. It was a kind of cold outside so I decided to grab my jacket. As I entered my room I saw my mom sitting in the corner of my bed going through my cupboard but I had mistaken her for taking my stuff. With out hesitation, I went up to her and grabbed the things out of her hands. I still remember every cruel word I had said, "mom?! ...read more.


The policemen called my mom to pick me up but no one answered so they called me auntie. 10 minutes later she came to pick me up but I noticed that she looked really worried and concerned for something. So politely I asked her, "What's wrong aunt May? Why do you look so worry?" She pulled to the side of the road and answered, "Kevin, your mom is in the hospital right now because this morning she got into a car accident." My eyes widen as I began to think of the harmful words I had said to her this morning. "What?! Why?! How?!" I started to panic. "...and she's in critical condition so immediately needs to do surgery or else she will only live for two more hours." Aunt May continued. My mouth dropped as tears filled my eyes. "LET"S GO TO THE HOSPITAL!!! NOW I WANT TO SEE MOM! PLEASE AUNTIE OR IT'S GOING TO BE TOO LATE." I cried. Aunt May started driving as fast as she could. A few minutes later aunt May's cell phone rang. She picked it up and answered, "Hello?" "This is Brood-bridge hospital and this is Doctor Smith speaking..." Aunt May replied "Hi Doctor Smith... is there anything wrong with Ellen?" ...read more.


Asking god to help my mother through this operation, asking god to keep my mother alive. I cried and ciried thinking of how I had treated my mom before. I regret it all. Several hours pasted and then a guy dressed in white with a stethoscope around his neck came out with a melancholy expression on his face. He must be Doctor Smith I thought. His head lowered, "I'm sorry, but we tried our best." He said with distress. The nurses pulled out a body cover with a white sheet. I tumbled to the ground in agony as I saw the dead body. It was my mom, she...she left me. I screamed with sorrow. "WHY??!! WHY?!" The next few days were the worst days of my life. All I did was think, think and think. I felt remorse and shameful for what I had said to my mother that morning. But through this experience I learned many important thing in life and I'm willing to change. I've learned that life is filled with miracles so you'll never predict what will happen tommorw nor can we change it. You'll never know when something devastating happens and cause you to lose the most important person in your life. So cherish and love the ones that are here and around you before you then realize it's too late. ...read more.

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