My Story: My Father Passed Away, So Now It’s Just My Mother And Me Living Together

The Logical Indian

September 14th, 2015 / 1:05 AM

Via : Humans of Bombay

“My father passed away, so now it’s just my mother and me living together. Every morning, from 7am to 8 am, I deliver newspapers in the area, after which I go to school. I make 1000 Rupees a month from this, and although it’s not a lot…I want to do something, anything to help my mother. She’s the best — and her aloo sabzi is world best!”

 


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