- My mother smoked ever since I could remember. She quit when I went to China at the age of 19 for about a year. Then she found out I smoked and my sister smoked. I feel so bad for doing this. I think she started because me and my sister started.
- I smoked what I hope will be my last cigarette ever an hour ago. And I am trying my damnedest to quit.
- The doctors who diagnosed her think they caught her situation early.
- Because my father busted his ass in the military for 20-something years, I'm thinking we should have insurance to take care of her.
I lived a relatively sheltered and privileged life thanks to the hard work of my mother and father, and their discipline to me. When I turned 23, my father had a heart attack. He made a full recovery though. Upon hearing this, I will never again smoke another cigarette in my life.
As for my decision to go to Korea next semester... I don't know what will happen. It should be my final semester, and at the very least, I have to stay here, at a university far from home, to graduate.