During my childhood, I was quite a naughty child, so I was a handful for my mom. The devious things I caused my mom was sabotaging the bed, disintegrating dishes one by one, and etc. One day I was cheerfully watching youtube at home, I peeked out the window and saw my mom plucking out weeds, so I excitedly motioned down and over to my mom since she looked tired and needed some help. I asked “mom can I help.” She replied, “no, I’m fine, why don’t you go play in the car.” I felt a bit frustrated, but that was a terrible mistake for her because as soon as I got bored of playing in the car, I climbed out and disappeared from the scene. The next thing I knew, I was at the mall with no idea how I got there. As I was crawling around feeling a bit lost at the mall, a security guard came up to me and asked me “where are your parents.” I replied, “Drrooooooll.” “Well let’s go find your parents,” he said. A couple of minutes went by, but as I was getting to know him, I heard my mom’s voice in the back, so I replied “mom” so as we were reunited together. The security guard promptly told the next time she lets this happens, she has to deal with the judge. So the next time my mom would know just to let me help her. This event was so crucial because the bond we create is so special and unique especially with your parents because they are your lifelong guardian angel from the very beginning to the very end and the more the relationships you create, the more that will care for you.