πŸ’Œ Women?! And My Mother's Health update πŸ’Œ

3.8.15

Being a woman is hard and I know some of you will agree with me and some of you will not. Just go back and think of the time when we were little, how wonderful that life was?
Not to worry about this thing is that sometime bother us. I am not going to say these things here but we both know in which situations we were and we are... 
Whoever is going through hard times? I just want to say grab the rope as tight as you can, keep your trust on your hands not on the rope because it is on us who can change everything not the things and some of you who were in those situations, please let the people know that “wishes can come true if we have faith”
Childhood is the best time of our life' do you agree? Yes, my childhood was like yours like a baby smile...
I have three brothers and no sister which I have really wished for each step that I took' playing with dolls, going to the school for first time, as growing sharing a lot of stuff, asking for advice I mean all girly things. I'm not going to say that I was unlucky at this because GOD(ALLAAH) give me more than all, I found every relation in my mother I call her Ammi Ji and for my brothers I was their little sister, their life. I was truly bless’ THANKS to GOD.
My father use to work in Abhu Dhabi, come home after one year some times after two years for one-month holiday. He is a very hard worker, strict and a loving person, I was my family deeply wished. Daddy love me A LOT'
I was not scared from him but my brothers were (-: I remember when daddy comes home I use to wake up until late night for my brother. He makes me sit in his room with little jam on bread. You can watch a TV and that was a big treat for me because we use to have one nice TV and it was in “HIS ROOM”. His room was on front side, we never use to have separate keys at that time so before he go out with his friends, explain to me when I come back I will throw little three stones on window one by one which
Means come out and open the door, 'hilarious'. Good days.
Back in the days when Daddy and Ammi ji had a tough time, they use to sew other people clothes like shirts, trousers, tents etc. My Mother use to work at nights. One cup of tea’ little drops of milk just to give her more energy to stay awake.
I had another brother name Ateeq. Ateeq Bahi which I have never seen, he was one year old when passed away. Due to lack of water in his body, my parents could not save him but they well tried...
No own relative was there to help,
my father and mother didn't have money to buy shroud for him, my mother was crying thinking what to do... suddenly her true friend appears, while she was giving sympathy hug to my mother she drop some money in her shirt. Until this day whenever my mother thinks of that moment I see tears in her eyes... It is easy to say and write here but they went through this, how? I do not know! All I can say I WISH I was there ))':
Yes, now I talk about it but how they spend their restless days & nights without food, we cannot even begin to imagine.
This was before daddy got a job in Abhu Dhabi (how did he get that job, how he lived there with nothing in his hands, how Ammi ji lived without him in Pakistan, how she manage to make us stand on our feet its whole another story, in simple words it was VERY HARD for them)
Nevertheless, yes God show mercy on his people when they had enough...THANKS TO ALLAAH.... Obviously, we grown up in a lower class family then become a middle class family. We did not have huge expectations from someone but yes, we tried to give a lot, the best we could do. When I was 11 years old I grew up in an environment where there was "a happy days".
Few things I have shared with you that my parents went through but I know there are million scares on my parent’s heart, which words cannot take!
My mother is my inspiration, I've always seen smile on her face even when she was feeling down and do you know why she use to do that?!
For us, for her children and you know how hard it is to put a smile on a face when your heart is full of tears. I am just trying to encourage the one whose going through tough time, be positive even things going negative. What is happening? Nothing we can do but to “Think Positive” and “Have Faith”…

If you read my previous blog, you know that my mother is very ill. Again, she is going through hard time but I still see a smile on her face every time I talk to her on skype. Yes, she is awake from coma, she is eating on her own, atm she got Ascites so she gets breathless when talk. Doctors said slowly but she will recover hopefully. Please do keep her in your pray, "there are million of us who can become one" also I would like to thank every one of you who read my blog and pray!
Moreover, I remember I need to update about my beach dress design that I mention in my mini summer haul… I will blog it soon, just not in the mood to sew in these stressful days! I know you understand...
A♡O

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  1. I love reading about your lifetime stories. Not many people share so much info on the internet and I think it's really cool that you open yourself. I'd love to do that too but I'm always afraid that people around me would judge what I'm doing. I hope your mum gets better soon. Please post the beach dress! I think it would do you good to sew to distract yourself for a bit. xxx

    Assia | www.assiashahin.com

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    1. 'People' and I will call it 'we' do judge quickly and I think it's a natural thing because if I don't know you I will be judging you for that moment until you express yourself but once I know you that judging will become knowing.. and friendship first step is to know about eachother "Friendship is a key for every relation". Like I always say whatever good for your soul, "do it".
      Thank you for your generosity Hun. xXx

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