Finally, graduation is going to be over soon! Children and parents are eagerly waiting for the results. Talking about my graduation journey, honestly, it was filled with lots of spices, some sweet and some salty. Though, I am not completely responsible for completing my graduation, I give a credit to my teacher and mentor, my mother! She has taught me many new things in life and so helped me in completing my three years of graduation happily. With this short article, I am giving her a tribute for making my years so wonderful!
Her Influence on My Life
Being a mentor, my mother taught me many things in life. She taught me the importance of being educated. After completing my schooling with flying colors, I was quite confused regarding choosing a stream of graduation. My mom helped me out. She gave me a freedom to choose what I wanted to do, without pressurizing me by any means!
Awake During My Exams
Of course just like any other kid, I used to study late hours during my exams. My mother was with me at that time too, sacrificing her sleep. With a glass of milk and fruits she was active while I was studying. She took care if I need something and sat by my side till my bed time.
Preparing for Exam Time
Before I woke up, my mother was ready with delicious and healthy breakfast and Of course a lovely smile on her lips, making my day wonderful. My exam timing was generally between 2 to 5 pm. So before that my mother helped me to revise my syllabus and preparing me for my exam.
As the time came my mother helped me to get prepared mentally as well. With no pressure, she was clam believing in me that I can do wonders in exams. She handed over me a nice set of pen, sketch pens, my roll number and college ID. As I was about to leave she came with sweet yogurt for me, according to her that will make me clam and relax before sitting in the exam.
Now as soon as I am graduating, I am really thankful to my mother for those nights she sacrificed in making me study. This article is a tribute for her sleepless nights and efforts she had put throughout my graduation years. She is really a mentor, friend and a mother who made me what I am. Because of her, my all exams were so good that I know I will pass out my graduation with flying colors.