This work is so stressful, but I must work hard so that Steve can study.
We are very proud of you son.
Steve got a high score in the SAT test, and wants to enroll in an A listed college. But, his parents are worried they can't afford it. Steve's mom: "What are we going to do?" Steve's dad: "Don't worry. We will use all our savings for his education. I will also get a second job."
Steve, I would like to offer you the position of a junior architect, if you are interested.
Steve's dad took an additional job at a hardware store to pay for Steve's college. Although he is exhausted after working during the day as a school bus driver, he is determined to make sure that Steve gets through college.
The day Steve's parents have been waiting for finally arrives. Steve graduates from college.
We love you son.
Mom, dad, I'm sorry I treated you like that. Will you please forgive me?
"Don't bite the hand that feeds you"
Steve gives his first job interview at a multinational company and gets the job.
Steve moved into a new apartment soon after getting his job. He didn't call his parents or visit them for weeks. When his parents got worried and came to visit him, he insulted them.
Your stinky house sucks! Don't come to bother me ever again. Now get outta here!
One day, Steve got a bad flu. His friends said they were too busy to take care of him. Feeling sick and lonely he missed his parents. He called them expecting them to be mad at him, but his parents were loving. They came and took good care of him. Steve understood the meaning of the proverb "Don't bite the hand that feeds you" after this experience.