I'm doing a surprise for my mother on her 55th birthday which is February 1st. She is 54 years old woman with disablement. She has over 10 diseases which includes type 2 diabetes, hearth failure, problems with spine disks and urinary incontinence. She can't work, because of her health, so we live out of welfare, that government pays us. And i try to find a job to help her, but it's not so easy, because people with qualifications have hard time finding it, so for me as a student it's even harder.
Back to the story.
She has been living with this embarrassment for a long time. And it's been a burden to her. So i decided to somehow get the money for the procedure and help her out with urinary incontinence.
There is this procedure called FemiLift. You can find more information online.
But in short, FemiLift is a minimally invasive procedure that can tighten the vagina, and reduce urinary incontinence.
It's been a tough life for us where we would go days without food, or not paying the bills, and it's still not easy to survive in this world, but hope never left us. Every time when she wants to give up, i show her the beauty of our world. We learned to love little things. And nature have a big part in our life, because the beauty of it helps us get hope. Because if the earth still have such beautiful places after all what people have done to it, then it can and will get better for us, humans.
My father left us when i was 4. And he never helped us with child support. My both grandparents died when i was still a little girl, so mom was left alone. But with all her strength and hope, she raised me. She loved me as best as she could. Yes i never got candies, good clothes or the most expensive food when i was a kid, but i got mother's love. No matter how tough it was she was always by my side teaching me the secrets of life, and how to stay strong. Even though she wasn't always the strongest. I heard her cries at night, i knew how hard it was for her. But i sat there with my little teddy bear and prayed for her to get better. Year went by and it's still hard for us, but we have each other and that's the most important thing.
This fundraising is important to her and to me. I want to see her smile as she never did before. That is the least i could do for all the years that she took care of me. I want to show her that there are miracles in the world and everything is possible if you wish enough.
So please if by any chance you could donate at least $2 i would be really thankful.