So many things can be said about a mother, feeling her unconditional love, her gentle touch, or maybe even just her soft lap to lay your head on when you go through your first heartbreak. My mom was that and so much more. She took me in when my own flesh and blood gave me away. She vowed to care for me and never let me go. When I was in middle school my mother was diagnosed with Coronary Artery Disease (CAD). CAD is a disease in which a waxy substance called plaque builds up inside the coronary arteries. These arteries supply oxygen-rich blood to your heart muscle. (What is Coronary Artery Disease, 2014) When she had her first bought with the disease she had to undergo open heart surgery. During this surgery doctors opened the valve that was blocked with a balloon. This helped and well over the next decade or two she had no complications. After her 60th birthday things started to decline. She was having more and more heart trouble, and being sent to the hospital more often than not. During the next five years she had another open heart surgery, two stints put in, and a whirlwind of hospital visits. I arrived back to her home to live on November 4, 2012. On the next morning she survived a heart attack and a stroke at the same time. She was hospitalized, for three months, and then finally was able to come home. During the months at home she was trying to rehab herself back to life. She would attend therapy classes for strength, and speech classes to help her talk again. Things were looking up. On August 19, 2013 she was sent to Cleveland clinic due to a massive heart attack. She was put on a heart machine and a ventilator because she was unable to breathe on her own. On August 23, 2013 she suffered from one last heart attack. The doctors tried to bring her back but after one hour of unsuccessful resuscitation she was pronounced dead.
During the last few months of my mom’s life she was experiencing very high hig...
This would surround the students with positive energy and will definitely help them to overcome their bullying attitude. Rich or poor, high class or low class every child is same and equal and their innocence must not be harmed by substandard and unsatisfactory attitude. Lastly , I want to say that each of us is a book to be written, either good or bad , worst or best and, if written, defines a person’s personality ., a person’s persona is by the people, the nature, the positive or the negative energy surrounding him. Good the surroundings are, best a person is.