I love my parents

             Life with out parental support can be a disaster. My Parents are one of the most amazing people you can find around the world for all the sacrifices they had made for me. I have great parents, and I still live with them. They help me with every step of my life. They never turned me down or made excuses about it. They are sweet and lovely. They love me and they would give their life for me. I thank god that gave me such a great gift.
             My whole family came to America only for me before I turned eighteen, so I wouldn’t have to serve in the military for two years. My parents put a lot of effort and thinking to that, so I can get to America as soon as possible. My parents quit their jobs. My dad was working as Architect and my mom was working in the hospital. We had one month to sell the house and everything inside of it before we could come to America. We had a lot of things to sell, and it was hard to sell all of those things with such little time. The hardest thing was to sell the house because there weren’t as many customers looking for a house at that time. We flew to Turkey and stayed at the motel for two days for doctor check up then from there we flew to America and we arrived in Minnesota in March 24, 1999. My parents put everything behind and did all of these things only for me.
             In addition, whenever I need help with basic things in life they always gave me a positive answer. For example, whenever I need help financially for school they pay for my tuition because they believe that education is the key to my future. Like this semester the cost of my classes was about $1500 and they paid for it. In some other cases if I need money to buy gas for my car to come to school every week they provide me with good amount of money to fill my gas tank and also my parents provide food at my house, so that I won’t go to sleep hungry. When I got laid off from my job I didn’t have any money to pay for my car insu...

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