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Okay so…its 21 of september ’12 and I”m one year closer to death today!

Birthday’s are.. well a day to celebrate,the day you were born, the day you got life.But for me they are just another day in the year, i always used to think my birthday was my special day ‘just for me’, because I never met anyone with the same birthday as me (let me know if your birthday is today as well,it would be nice to meet someone with the same birthday) anyways i feel disappointed, let down, angry, sad, depressed, and a bit happy at the same time. so what good is this day? all I’m trying to say is, i miss having a great birthday,I remember my mother always making some effort to make my birthday party special.  For instance, a huge party with all my friends and well-wishers,lots of gifts and delicious food..but what stands out for me is the fact that my mother made me a barbie cake – you know the kind where the barbie is standing in the cake and the cake is her skirt?(for the records that was my12th birthday!!!)But now i don’t feel anything special on my birthday.i guess my life hasn’t been that great for the past couple of years and i just think that my birthday is just a regular day,nothing special or different about it!

so tell me friends are your birthday’s special to you by any means or you feel the same way as i do. Share me with your wonderful or pathetic birthday experiences!

A tribute!

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A tribute to the most sincere persons in one’s life… “PARENTS”

Thanks for always being there

Hard times, easy times, Always,

A great life was given to me cause of you,

Nothing I ever say can say how much I love you for it,

Knowing right from wrong is something you taught me,

Soon I will be on my own and out of your house.

Mom don’t worry I will always need you,

Of course when I leave things will be different,

More then ever I will still be near.

And dad I will always be your little Angel,

Now I know that I need you both more then ever,

Didnt want to admit it but its true.

Mom and Dad you have given me a lot,

And I don’t know how to ever repay you for all of it,

Don’t ever think that I don’t appreciate all that you have done because I do.

Thanks for everything and I love you.

When several new voices and unfamiliar strange faces frighten us,When often we hide beneath our beds, fearing the dark moonless night,When helplessness, shatters us and we feel completely alone.

There is one melodious voice, always heard, the voice of the familiar heartbeat which has the same rhythm.

A rhythm of trust, a rhythm that ensures us that we are with  the right people.

Parents are the one who will never leave your side. They will always be with you be it in good or bad times.

When I was younger, I would sometimes freak out at night in my room. So I would slowly slip out of bed and dash to my parents’ room. I would quaver, ‘Mo-om, I’m scared.’ Then I would snuggle down in between Mom and Dad and drift off to sleep. Best of all, they didn’t mind my wiggles. Not much, anyway.

Sometimes we point towards something and to our disappointment our parents say NO and we feel that they are wrong, but one thing I can say from my personal experience that they always suggest us the right thing, though in most cases it’s quite probable that we don’t catch the hidden or underlying logic behind their reasons and regret later for our foolish anger and behaviour.

Parents sacrifice many of their needs and aspirations in order to fulfill the needs of their children, many a times they even kill their necessities so that the child has no difficulty, some may say that parents do everything for the child because they expect something in return when the child grows up and they grow old, but refuse to agree to this as I know as a matter of fact that there is only one thing that parent’s want is a bright and happy future for their child, and even if they do expect care and love at their old age, tell me dear friends is it wrong to expect JUST some love and care after so much that they have done.

“Can the people, who taught us the very basic difference between Right and wrong, ever be wrong themselves?”

I Love My Parents

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I’ve been thinking recently about my feelings toward my parents. I’ve never said, my parents are the problem, They’re not. I love my parents and I’m not mad at them.I understand that they did what they thought was best for my siblings and I, that they were within their rights to raise us differently, and that they acted out of love.

I want to take a moment to talk about the things I am grateful to my parents for.
I’m grateful that my parents loved me. No matter what happened, I never doubted how important I was to them. My mother was always ready to spend a moment with me if I needed it, and my father was always there when I had a question or concern. My parents never gave me a reason to doubt their love for me for a moment, and for that I am thankful.

I’m grateful that my parents always met my physical needs. My father worked hard to put food on the table for us, and my mother worked equally hard to make sure the food we ate was healthy and that all of our physical needs were met. I never had to worry about having a roof over my head or where my next meal would come from, and I’ll always be thankful for that.

I’m grateful that my parents stayed together. Their relationship was far from perfect, but I never doubted that they loved each other or were committed to making their marriage work. This love and commitment is an inspiration to me and I’ll always be thankful for that.

I’m grateful that my parents taught me the value of hard work and how to handle money. My dad worked tirelessly at his job, and we kids knew it. Mom always seemed to have some task at hand, and was definitely never idle. Watching my parents stay on a budget and carefully make ends meet was an important and useful education for me, and I’ll always be thankful for that.

I’m grateful that my parents taught me the importance of family. I always knew that family was more important to them than anything but their faith. My parents were never too busy to take time out to romp with us kids or make cookies or do a family project, and we took awesome family vacations every year. We kids came first, and we knew it. This is an inspiration to me as i’ll parent my own child in future, and for that I am thankful.

‘m grateful that my parents trusted me enough to send me off to college. They wanted me to have an education and skills to fall back on if I ever needed them, and they saw a college degree as important. I’ll always be thankful for this.

I love my parents, and I know that they’ve only ever wanted what is best for me.

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