I Admire My Mother

Syuzanna Ziroyan

My best friend is my mother. Her name is Melania. She is the person who I can open up with about my mood whenever I’m happy or sad. She has a great personality, and she is also a great friend to me. My mother is my motivation, and she helps me live through all my struggles. I have always admired her kindness, unconditional love, and patience.

I understand the responsibility of being a mother. It is difficult to raise and educate children. A mother raises her kid with her best effort financially, physically and emotionally. When my mom was a young woman, she worked hard and took care of me and my sister. My mother also learned tailoring so that she could earn money and sew beautiful clothes for us. I remember how my mother would sit for hours, sewing. As a result of her perfect work, we were dressed stylishly and originally. She also is a great cook. There are a few friends of mine who are fans of my mother’s cooking. She teaches me the things that will be helpful in my life. I also used to love going to the cinema with her during our walks. When my sister and I were 16-17 years old, our family had financial problems and we didn’t have the opportunity to study at the university. Due to the situation, my mother started working harder, even on Saturdays, so that we could get an education. She does her best to try to make us happy. I love my mom very much; I know we can’t repay for everything she has done for us.

Ultimately, she is the person who is most important in my life. “No daughter and mother ever live apart, no matter what the distance between them” said author Christie Watson. I love her and respect her so much. I hope that she has a long life with us.
By S yuzanna Ziroyan

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