At The Hospital to Give money sold.

Beltivate
Posted August 11, 2019 from Cameroon
Depression is real
Depression is real: Each time I sell, I will pass by the hospital to give my profit for my mum to manage paying bills (1/1)

I hustled, toyed and did all I could to save my brother. 

All responsibility  was left for us, and my younger brothers crisis became more regular. He was always in the hospital  and to foot his bills was another problem. I began crying on street ,they thought of our pain didn't give me rest. I increased my distance  to walk, just to sell.  

When ever I enter the hospital to give my mom money, nearby parent at the hospital will cry looking at me, some will encourage  me. My legs will say it all, there was no time to go home and bath before coming to the hospital  as I always close late at night. 

To my thinking, i knew I will be at home  for a year only and resume school with the little saving I did, but no I end up staying for 2 years. Life wasn't unfair to us at all. 

The third year, my two elder sisters sat me down, cryed, pleaded and advised me to take book serious as they dropped and sold to send me to form one. They also continued to food my brothers bills. 

I tryed all I could and made good use of the opportunity  till I had my Ordinary Levels. During holidays  I will join them  and together  we will sell. I can't forget their sacrifice and I remain thankful to them for giving me at least to that level of education. 

Then till now, i can't help but cry and wish I could  help my mum always and also share in her pain. Thats because I knew and know her heart is so heavy. 

My sicker cell Bro was in the hospital for 9 months, came home spent 2 months and back he went for another crisis that's in 2012.

If I want to write all, i won't finish. My story is that lengthy  and sad, Full of suffering. 

Then comes 2016,when we were called and told my Dad is sick. We tryed all we could to take him from southwest to Mbingo hospital were he gave his last breath on the 11/11/2016.This wasn't easy for us, to me I felt the unversed turned against us. I didn't know what to think but I thank God for courage he gave so I live. 

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Jill Langhus
Aug 12
Aug 12

Hi again,

Your family photo is so cute, but sad:-( That's great that you all banded together to do the best you could, and that your sisters helped you to finish more school. Are you still planning on finishing your high school education, dear? I know you will get there. How is your darling, baby girl, doing? Were you able to say goodbye to your dad, then? It sounds like it. I'm still curious why left, though:-(

Beltivate
Aug 13
Aug 13

Greetings, am planing to finish my high school. The only problem is geeting funds. For sure will greet them and you too take care

Jill Langhus
Aug 14
Aug 14

Great! I'm glad you haven't given up. I believe you will find a way; in fact, I know you will find a way:-) Keep your eye on the prize, dear.

XX

Hello, sister,

You are so brave to share your stories. Life do seems unfair esp with what you are going through. That is really tough!

But I can see you have wealth inside you that you can use to change your life. First, you have courage. Second, you can write. Third, you know how to sell. Use these gifts and excel on these three. It will open doors of opportunity for you.

This is not the end. This is your training ground. Hugs, sister.

Beltivate
Aug 13
Aug 13

Thank you so much mummy Karen

Aww. So sweet of you, dear. You're welcome.