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I check my twitter and insta for a while and put my cell phone beside my favorite pillow.
Sleep was in my eyes but because of my tiredness I found it hard to sleep.
My cell phone blink and I received my friend’s snapchat. They were having a great fun at my friends place.
It was the very first time that I rejected going to a party. May be because I was tired or maybe there was something else that was disturbing me.
My eyes started to ache and I threw my cell absurdly and tried again to sleep. It was getting darker and darker and I felt lighter till I forget my existence and went to a slumber.
The alarm was ringing briskly, I unconsciously press the snooze button and buckled myself up for a new day. Took out the best clothes from my wardrobe, my shoes, my favorite watch, put loose curls in my hair. And I was ready to cherish another day of my life.
Coming down from my room, I saw a glimpse of my mom; she was making breakfast for me although she knew I hated it. I never understand why she ruins her sleep for me and makes breakfast though she knew I don’t like to eat in the morning.
This thought always made me mad. Well, today I was not in a mood of another row with her.
So I just said bye and left the dining room, opened my car and phew there I went. Hitting the roads with my favorite thing in the world, my car.
What else could I need? I get whatever I ask.
If dad tries to delay it, mum was always there to make it happen just in time.
I knew very well that she can’t see tears in my eyes. So I always use this weapon against my demands.
I was obsessed with all I have. Never bothered to stop for a while and ponder how blessed I was.
I admit my parents treated me like a princess, but I also never did any terrible thing. I was a self-centered person. I loved my things, my possessions.
Never interested in making a whole lot of friends. The few friends I had, was enough for me.
The boys who showed interest in me started showing resentment because of my rigid nature and my self-obsession.
Things were going perfectly fine. Until one night, that totally changed my perspective. That night was an eye opener. I was watching a movie in my room late at night when I heard a disturbance coming from the lounge.
I ignored those voices and turned my attention back to the movie. Then they became disturbing for me. I paused the movie and went to check what was happening.
My father was standing near the sofa and mum was sitting and was in tears. She had a terrible pain in her stomach that she can’t resist crying. It was all so disturbing for me.
I wanted to scream over my parents specially my mum. Just a pain it was, and she was crying like a kid. I wanted to tell her to stop this drama or leave this place so that I could go back and watch the movie peacefully.
I asked my dad to take her to the doctor without knowing the fact that it was 3:30 am and no private doctor would be available.
The next morning I woke up and saw no one in the kitchen, this thing ached but I ignored and left. i came to know in the evening that mum was admitted to the hospital for four weeks because she was having a gruesome ulcer in her stomach. I found it so annoying how could she get ill. I was so in a rage that I haven’t even met her.
Days passed and I found my house like a haunted asylum. Ocean of rage was erupting in me. No one was there to take care of me.
No one noticed that I didn’t have proper lunch and dinner. I was hating this. I wanted to blame her, because of her my routine got disturbed. I was unable to admit that she was terribly ill. There was no one to whom I could fight, no one to compliment on my looks, no one to tell me that I was getting weaker day by day.
I was so frustrated that one night I cried a lot 🙁 . I cried as if my sternum would break in halves. I wanted to hug her I wanted to admit that I was missing her. I wanted to sleep beside her. Without knowing the time I left for the hospital.
After 15 days I was there in her hospital room she was sleeping, but seemed tired of ages. I ran abruptly and fall myself over her and started crying.
Not only she but all the other patients got terrified of what I did. At first she didn’t say anything then after a while I felt a soothing hand over my head, it had something in it…my tiredness, my frustrations, my rage everything got vanished, I felt relaxed as if my veins were blocked by these things. I was reborn.
That night changed the real me. The rigidness that had prevailed for ages was gone a far. I started looking after her. I brought her back.
She recovered as quickly as I was the only medicine for her. I started loving breakfast, I started loving home. I became unaware of all those things that once were my world.
I regained my world, my real world. My mum. She is another finest blessing which we have to cherish not every day, but at every moment of our lives.