Im a Villainess But i Became a Mother chapter 1 So, I was born in the village of Agaal, not far from the city of Lae. My father’s name is Burao, my mother’s name is Nangao (Bora). When I was born, my father was still working in the mines of Lae. He worked in the same mine where he had been working for over 30 years. When I was 9 years old, my dad retired and we moved to our own house.
Im a Villainess But i Became a Mother chapter 1
We lived in a small house that was built after the war. It was the only house in our village. All around us were rice fields and plantations of coconuts, papayas, bananas, etc. There were no paved roads at that time and we walked 5 kilometers to get to school.
My childhood was simple. I didn’t have many toys, clothes or shoes, but I had a lot of friends and I loved playing with them. I liked going out in the jungle with my friends to collect wild fruits. We would eat mangoes, jackfruits, guavas and other tropical fruits. I was the youngest child among 4 sisters and 3 brothers. My parents always told me to respect my elders and do good work. So, I did what they wanted and worked hard. School was also fun, especially when I got good grades. I really enjoyed learning how to read and write and doing homework.
After finishing primary school, Im a Villainess But i Became a Mother chapter 1 I started studying at high school level. I was really interested in learning things about science and chemistry. I went to school twice a week and attended a class for two hours a day. In the evening, I helped my mom with household chores. I liked cooking and cleaning. It was really fun for me to help my mom clean the chicken coop while she cooked the dinner.
I grew up fast and became a young lady. I never knew how to dress properly until I reached 16 years. As soon as my family heard that I was getting married, they started buying me beautiful clothes. They gave me a gold necklace, earrings, bracelets, silk skirts and blouses, and expensive dresses.
When I turned 18, I decided to go back home to live with my husband, Raimi. After three months, I lost all my weight. I couldn’t sleep and I felt weak. I was scared to death. I thought something bad would happen if I stayed alone again. So, I sent a letter to my parents asking for their forgiveness. Then I left with Raimi. I was pregnant then! We went to his hometown in Tual, and stayed with him for six months. Then he took me to Koror. We had problems staying together, so, he left me and went back to Lae.
While waiting for him to return, I decided to stay in Koror with my daughter, Pansia. I lived with her until she was four years old. She was a cute little girl. She looked like me. Her eyes were brown and her hair was dark. Her face was round. She
Welcome to my story about how I became a mother. As you read along, please bear in mind that it’s not always going to be pretty, but if we stick together and work hard, everything will turn out okay. If you have any questions, feel free to ask me. Thanks 🙂
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i am a villainess but i became a mother
I was born in a small village called Arborelle. My father was a miner who worked at the mine, while my mother stayed home with me and took care of everything else. She was really smart; she could do anything she set her mind to. As soon as I learned to walk, she taught me how to ride a horse and even how to tie leather shoes. When I turned eight years old, I started to go to school, where I met some amazing kids my age. We would play games and draw pictures together. One day,
our teacher told us to write down what we wanted to become. I wrote “a doctor” under the heading “My future career”. Another girl named Mina wrote “an artist”. After class, I asked Mina how she got there. She said that after high school, she would get a scholarship to study art at university. At first, I thought it sounded crazy, but then I realized it was possible.
That same year, I found out that my dad had died. He was trapped underground for two weeks without food or water. He had been looking for diamonds when he fell into the shaft and couldn’t find his way back out. There were no rescue teams or ambulances. His wife and daughter never knew what happened to him. After he died, my mom decided to sell our house and move to a different city.
I wasn’t happy about leaving behind my friends and siblings, but I understood why she had to leave. Now, I live with my aunt and uncle. They treat me well, and they’re nice to everyone. My brother went away to college when he finished high school. My sister didn’t want to leave home either. So now, I am all alone.
I don’t like being by myself. Every night, before I sleep, I imagine that there are monsters hiding under my bed waiting to eat me alive. Sometimes, I wake up screaming. But after awhile, I just give up and tell myself that it’s only a nightmare. I’m glad that I can talk to Mom and Dad when I need help.
As time passed, I grew taller and stronger. I could run faster than anyone else, and I could lift heavier things. Everyone says that I’m handsome and great-looking, but I don’t think so. I’ve noticed that girls look at me differently. They stare at me whenever I walk by. I don’t know if they like me or hate me. Sometimes, I try talking to them, but they don’t say much. I guess I’ll just have to wait until they make their decision.
I graduated from high school a couple months ago. I passed with flying colors. Now, I plan to attend college and study medicine. Since I love animals and healing people, maybe I’ll also become a veterinarian when I finish school. In the meantime, I’ll keep practicing my drawing skills and painting pictures. Maybe someday, I’ll use these talents to create something beautiful.
One day, while walking home, I came across a little girl crying and hugging a stuffed toy. I stopped and asked her what was wrong. She said that her mommy left her at the park. I told her that I’d take good care of her. Then, I put her on my shoulder and walked her home safely. Later, when I returned to pick up my dog, I saw that someone had stolen my backpack. I felt bad for the little girl, especially since I hadn’t hurt her.
The next day, I visited her again and gave her a book about animals. After reading it, she smiled and thanked me. That evening, I brought her some dinner. Her name was Maya, and she was nine years old. We talked about everything. I told her about my family and childhood. I showed her how to cook an apple pie, and we played music together. I wanted to be a good friend to her. Ultimately, the friendship ended, though, when she moved away.
After that, I got busy with my studies. I worked hard to graduate early and get accepted into medical school. I’m excited to start my journey as a doctor. I feel like I’m making progress, but I still have a lot to learn. I hope that God helps me overcome all my problems and gives me success in my dreams.
It’s now almost three years later. I’m finally able to buy my own apartment. My roommate, who calls himself Steve, lives upstairs. He’s a kind guy who cares about others. He often gives us advice. He reminds me that I should smile more and laugh more. It sounds silly, but I guess he knows what he’s talking about. Anyway, sometimes he buys us drinks and gives us delicious treats.
Now, I’m writing this diary to share my experiences. I want to remember them forever. Life has its ups and downs, but in the end, we’ll all be fine.