Decisions are important as they can change your life forever. People must make decisions throughout their lifetime, from birth to death. As for me, my life’s road is flat because most of the time my mom makes decisions for me.
I was born in an ordinary family. Even though compared to other families in the same town, my family is richer. Since my mom is a doctor and my dad is a mechanic. They both made a good salary. In the year of 1998, my family moved to a big city near the sea, called Yan Tai. Because my dad’s company decided to choose some good workers to train them to work in the new company in America, my mom had to quit her job and we moved to Yan Tai. Time flew, and with a blink of an eye, it was already the year of 2002, the year my dad had to leave for America. After he was gone, I missed him very much.
Sometimes I think it’s funny how kids like some things. When my dad went to America, I was only 14 years old. However, I began to care about all news in America and I am interested some places there, looking forward to being there someday. About my dad, after he went to America, he called us every day. I always had a lot of questions when he talked to me on the phone. For example, I would ask about what time it was, how was the weather there, what did he eat. On top of these, I learned about some important information from my dad, such as how American school teachers never hit their students. That was some good news for a naughty student like me. I wish I had studied in America.
Just like my dream, in the year of 2009, my family moved to America. Finally, our family got together. Just like all I had imagined, everything is fantastic here. The weather is better than China’s weather, and the area is much bigger. I also got excited over all the famous cars that I have never seen in China. I also like the people here because they are very friendly. Most of all, I enjoy America as a free country.
My mom chose this for me. She made this important decision for me, and it did change the rest of my life. I love where I’m at now, just like how I love my mom.