Eighty-One

I have just discovered that if my father were still alive, he would be 81 years old this year! So old!

My mother had me when she was 38. I am now 36… My father died 36 years ago… He died of cancer when I was 7 months old.

Besides being almost aborted (!!!!!), someone also tried to get my mum to sell me off to a childless rich couple!

I suppose this woman was looking out for my mother… and also a big fat commission. It was hard for my mother because besides me she also had to look after my two older sisters. Fortunately, my mum declined the offer!

I don’t know much about my father but my mum would make out like he is a really strict and fierce person. He also has a good sense of humour …so I guess I am just like him? hehe

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