My hero

What would I do with out her is the question I ask to myself. She is the definition of a hero. My mom is extremely caring, selfless, and loving. She is a single mother of 4 and she always puts her kids before anything or anyone else. My mom works so hard to make sure we are all safe, healthy and well. She could have gave up on us when she was given the task to become a single mother but she didn’t. She pushed her way through it and that is why I love her so much.

I remember this one time maybe like 3 years ago we weren’t in the best stage financially. My mom was tired of it and instead of giving up or not doing anything about my mom was dedicated to find a a better job to help our family. No matter how much times she was turned down by different jobs she knew that she could find one and still did not give up. Until one day her friend told her about this really good job, who were looking to hire more people. There was more then 100 people applying for this job and only ten people would get accepted. But I could tell me mom wanted this job more then anyone, she was studying interview questions all 3 nights before the interview. When the interview came up I could tell she was ready to crush the interview, but she was also a little nervous. One week later the results came in….and she got the job. We were all extremely proud of her and how hard she works.

That was just one story out of many amazing stories of my mom. My mom is a huge inspiration for me and my siblings everything we do is for her, we try our hardest to repay her for everything she has done for us. I am so lucky to have her in my life she is truly my biggest flex, I LOVE YOU MOM.

Victor Vazquez – Chicago Hope Academy – DMSF

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