but to my surprise the article stated at the end that both of his parents died since he was two years old and after which his grandparents took care of him. I was very sad and badly bothered by that fact. My own beloved father died three years ago. What if my mom will leave me too? It was a frightening moment then.
It was my first day in high school. I was enrolled in a Catholic institution. My mind was just centered on the idea that I have to be the top of our class. I didn’t mind about my physical appearance for unknown reasons. Some said I look weird but I did not care. My motto was, “Do your own business and I will do mine as long as you will not step on my inherent rights.” Surprisingly, things did not happen as I planned it to be. While I was eating in the school canteen, somebody sat beside me and asked if I could move a little. I knew she was a girl by the tone of her voice. When I saw her face, I couldn’t help but stare at her. She was very cute and pretty. The girl said, “Hello? Have you seen a ghost or something? Could you move a little please?” It was love at first sight in the very first day of school. From that moment, I was already conscious on my appearance. It was the first day then that I became interested with girls and discovered the life of a normal teenager in the land of United Kingdom. During that period, I realized how hard it was for the amputated boy to go to school. When I got home, my mom was surprised when I asked her to accompany me for shopping and grooming. I think she was curious enough to know that I liked someone in school. She suddenly asked me about my first day. The usual nod was replaced with a naughty answer, “Oh! It was great! Everyone seemed nice, friendly and accommodating. In other words, I like the school and the students.” My mom responded, “That’s good! I hope you made a good impression.” Then I replied, “Of course mom.” I was enlightened by that statement from my dearest mother.