mid-Autumn

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  • The mid-autumn festival.
  • The mother life.
  • The girl want to go to Uganda.
  • The mother was remembering her daughter because it was the autumn festival. she remembered all the things that they did together but she felt sad because she did not know anything about her daughter.
  • The fight between the girl and her mother.
  • On this part, the mother talks a bit about her life, and some of the frustrations that she have. the most important ones are that she could not have a good job, and that she have to do everything on her house, and nobody helps.
  • She went to Uganda.
  • The daughter got her degree on medicine, and her parents went to celebrate it. The parents wanted her to be a doctor and have a good job but she wanted to be missionary and go to help peolple on Uganda because she felt the called of God.
  • The mother remembering her daughter.
  • On this part the mother fought with her daugther because she did not want her to go to Uganda. She said that if she go there, she will be poor and can not have a good job, also she will be salve of her bad economic situation. But her daughter still wanted to be missionary.
  • At this part of the story, the girl was totally decided about what is she goning to do with her life. she will go to Uganda and ignore the opinion of her parents. she also said that she will be in contact with her mother and will send her letters twice a week.
  • Finally, the mother is very sad because she do not know anything about her daughter. She thinks that her daugther lied to her daughter because she is not in contact with her. An she realized that the only thing that can do for her daughter is to pray for her return.
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