Continuation of how the girl lost her sister and her mom.
By mclarence, Updated
HOW I LOST IT ALL and HOW IT ALL CAME BACK TO ME
After the night she saw how she talked to her mother that night, her next move really broke her down. As she was walking up the stairs she could see herself arguing with her mom. She could remember her calling her friend telling her to go and pick her up from her house because her mom was really getting on her nerves. When her friend arrived, went outside, where it was raining nonstop. While her friend was telling her that what she was doing was really wrong, she was thinking about how she will make up with her mom. Few minutes later, it was still raining cats and dogs outside. Finally she came up with a plan, and her plan was to go back home with her family, and ask her mom for forgiveness and tell her she loves her and that she's very sorry. But the next day her plan couldn't work because she couldn't go home, for it was still raining really hard. It had been like that ever since the day she left her house. She couldn't call her mom because she left her phone at her house.
Are you sure you wanna do this?
For days it was raining, according to Yuta's memory. As she was staying at her friend's place, she began to feel anxious about her plan. As Yuta and her friend were listening the radio while lying on her friend's bed. Her friend name was Emiko. As they were conversing and the weather people said that the roads might flood with water because it had been raining for 3 days straight. After hearing the news, Yuta felt uneasy. She had a mental breakdown. She wasn't feeling good about everything. She had a feeling that something strange was going to happen. From that moment, she started doing weird things. She couldn't sleep at night, couldn't eat, but all she could do was worry and cry. Her friend was very worried. Including her friend's family. After a long, weary day had passed, she felt uneasy about everything right then. She kept calling her house but the service wasn't very good because Osaka had been raining for 3 days straight now. What Yuta was really worried about was for her mom. Yuta knew her mom very well, she knew that her mom could go out to the city to look for her stubborn daughter. Yuta didn't know but her mom had already left to find Yuta at her favorite store, which was Yuta's aunt's store. When Yuta's mom went to her sister's house she was soaking in water and was shivering. She then asked her sister if she had been to the store, but the aunt said no, she hasn't been there. So then, Yuta's mom began to tell her sister the story. Yuta's aunt really felt sorry for her sister.
Oh my goodness. Really? She hasn't been her. I'm sorry. Check with her friends.
Has Yuta been here? She ran away from home
Yuta's mom had been going around in the cold, flooded city finding her daughter. Yuta looking back at her past memory, really made her feel like, she's now at the edge of everything. Yuta reminiscing her mom walking in the rain, feeling cold and sick, she felt really sick to the stomach. She really felt like she was a bad person. She felt really guilty to the point where she thought she didn't have a reason to live because she got her mom killed. As Yuta was looking back to everything, she was crying her eyes out. Just when Yuta needed comfort and words of encouragement, her aunt from the store came in. When Yuta saw her aunt she asked for forgiveness. Her aunt then asked her what did she do to be asking for forgiveness. Yuta began to explain to her aunt everything that happened in detail, from how it all began to how it all ended. Yuta's aunt began to say, don't be like this, your mother wouldn't like it, so be happy. Yuta then told her aunt that, her mother died from the coldness of that day and she also died because of my stubbornness, my selfishmess.. Just when Yuta was about to say it all out, her aunt said stop, your mother loved you very much and that's all to it. It wasn't because of all of that, so cheer up child. From that night, Yuta just realized that her mother always lets her know that it's okay to make mistakes and it's okay to be happy. She also noticed that she has been looking at the bad things of the incident. Now Yuta is a successful author. She wrote books about her life and she's happy.
Thanks Aunt Rita.
Oh, stop it child.
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