1 Corinthians 13: 1 & 13

If I speak in the tongues of men and of angels, but have not love, I am only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbal.

And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.

28 February 2011

My mother (Sam Yuen 4E/DE)

She works very hard to earn a living for the family. She is there to help the family all around the clock. She never says no to what we want. Who is she? She is our lovely mother.

My mother is a housewife but she has a part-time job, working as a clerk in a law firm. She does all the housework even she is very tired after working for the whole day. She said that our only responsibility is to study hard and strike for a place in universities instead of spending time on any other stuff. She is very responsible and we do not need to worry about the family because of her.

She has given birth to three children, my elder brother, Jim, and a twin brother of mine. We sometimes make her angry because we behave inappropriately. I remember one day, we promised to take care of ourselves because she needed to visit our grandma in the New Territories. She had, in fact, prepared the lunch boxes for us while she was not there at home. We three were so excited and we planned to lunch out together. Having lunch at home was rather boring, so we decided to lunch out that day.

Yet an accident happened, after having lunch, Jim did not feel well. He guessed he might get a stomache. We did not know what to do but sent him to the hospital. A doctor diagnosed that Jim was suffered from gastroenteritis. He had to be admitted to the hospital. He could only be discharged with being accompanied by an adult. We had to call our mother then even we knew we would seriously be punished. You know what? She did not punish us. She just worried about Jim. She comforted all of us!

Oh! Our dear mother, we love you very much.

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