Posted November 19, 2018 05:06:54When I was in elementary school, I was always on a shoestring budget.
My parents always wanted me to do something, but they didn’t want me to spend money on the things that I needed.
They were never really in the habit of giving me money for the things I wanted.
I did my best to be a good student and did everything I could to get into college.
But then I got a phone call from my parents.
I was told that my dad was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.
He had to leave school, so I moved in with my grandmother, who was diagnosed in a car accident.
I had to pay for the bills.
I think it’s because I had the most expensive and complicated life of my life that I was able to get out of it, because I knew that the world is not a perfect place.
My grandmother had a hard life, and she died.
I think it was her belief that the best thing for me to accomplish was to help my mom through this.
When I had my first birthday in 2008, my mom passed away.
I never got to see her again.
I started to cry.
I cried at school and in my dorm.
I remember being in my room crying for the first time in my life.
I couldn’t help myself, and I went to my room.
My mother was asleep.
I didn’t wake her up.
I just kept going through the motions.
It was hard to watch my mom die.
I lost a lot of things to Alzheimer’s and that’s just something I can’t take back.
I started my own blog, and it was the first step for me in my journey to understand who I am.
I knew at that point that my life had to change, and that I had something to prove.