Don’t Trust Your Friends!

My mother has been a big part of my life. She taught me how to ride a bike, how to swim, and how to be a strong and independent woman I am today. She showed me that school is important and can only help you in the long run. She is an amazing, incredible, and inspiring role model. I am so really lucky to have her as a mother. Some people don’t have a role model, a mentor, or a mother that is there for them no matter what and shows them how life works.
She is a very strong and independent woman. She had big dreams and always strived for more. She went back to school at an older age to receive her Associates Degree, while she was taking care of her husband and three kids. She was trying to better her job, herself, and her quality of life. She went to night classes and worked during the day. She showed her kids how important school really is. She has made a big impact in all of her kids’ lives, showing them that you should always follow your dreams and dream big because no matter what succeed or fail at least you tried.
She always says, “If you don’t put yourself in the game then you have no chance of winning.”
This interview is going to be about my mother trusting her “friend” I know I’m her daughter, but I still don’t know this whole story. One thing this has taught me is never trust your friends when it comes to business and/or money, which has been important in my life.
My friend asked me to borrow Two thousand dollars to help out his parents and I’ve known him for five years. We were really close and he has always been there for me. I let him borrow it and we were never the same as friends after that. He was on time with his payments in the beginning and then he started using the “friend card.” It took him a long time to pay back all that money and I even let him pay me two hundred dollars every three weeks, which he makes more than that in one pay check each week and he lives at home with his parents with no bills. All in all, when money is involved things change.
Things don’t always work out as planned, but I truly believe everything happens for a reason. So, what I learned from my mother is when life knocks you down, you need to just pick yourself back up again because if you don’t you will be stuck at a standstill and it’s even harder to get out of it. When one door closes another one opens. I’m a full believe in this because I’ve seen my mother get knocked down one to many times and always crawling and working twice as hard to get out.
I love my mother and am very grateful to have her in my life.

Someone who always dreamed big and it worked for him was Steve Jobs.

3D 4D Ultrasound was a business they tried to open as business partners.


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