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Tuesday, 28 March 2017

My Two Old Widows Neighbour And Their Home


One old widow; she didn't want to leave this home of more than 30 years; but her daughter sold her mother's flat and moved old woman to stay with her. Okay. She is filial daughter. Right?

But, when old woman talked to Uncle8888 ; her tears rolled. She still prefer to live in the same neighborhood and good to bounce into the same old faces of 30 years to chat for a while.

The other old widow continues to live alone at her home of more than 30 years; but her son hired a maid to take care of his mother. Okay. He is filial son. Right?

The old woman even remembered that Uncle8888 casually mentioned to her about going to Bangkok sometime ago and the next time Uncle8888 bounced into her again. She said: "You came back from Bangkok and ho chit toe bo?"

Sons and daughters of old widow or widower parent who loves his or her neighborhood and loves bouncing into the same old faces of 30 or 40 years neighbors to chat for a short while. Do try to understand the moral of the story!






1 comment:

  1. Family, neighbours and friends are equally important in our life which we tend to ignore the most until we reach our old age

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