Well, Well, Phew!! It's a long essay, isn't it??
I want to write more but I guess it would take much space and I think it won't fit.
There are more people.....I can name them like My few teachers...:)
No worries...I'll write some other time about them :)
I should probably keep the last part of essay for The Teacher's Day article .....
I hope I'll find one, on this site, Surly :P
One last thing, Dear Giang :))
Must say, you're an amazing writer. Your eloquent words and streams of beautiful words you used in your short essay for your mother were out-class :)
She must be very lucky to have you as her daughter!!
Stay Blessed :))
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I do not know if my mother is lucky to have me as her daughter or not, but one thing for sure is that I'm very lucky to have her as my mother !
I like your essay very much, I will write another one about my mother soon, I hope that it is better than the previous one :)))