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Waiting for one more day in Japan because of the earthquake and tsunami, my mom, my brother and I finally were in America at Dallas-Fort Worth Airport. The long and strenuous journey seemed to predict a difficult beginning in America for my family. I knew that my new life started and I had to be stronger.
My mom had her job after a week we came in America so I took care of my brother at night. For the first time in my life, neither mom nor dad stayed with me at night, I felt despairs; however I said to mom that I was fine in order to comfort my mom. Every day, after school, I bathed my brother, fed him, helped him do homework and told story for him. However, it was not simply to look after him, I had to fight with him to finish my tasks. My brother had the symptom of the attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder and scared when my parents were not here; therefore I needed to be very patient, took my time to work with him, calmed him down every time he was angry or cried. Thus when I finished with my brother, it was eight o’clock, I helped my grandma do some chores, brushed my brother teeth and slept with him. I had no time to do my homework until my brother fell asleep.
About an hour later, I woke up and did my own homework. I knew that doing homework at late night was not good, but I had no choice. I lied on the floor, turn on my table lamp even thought I was nearsighted, I did not want to wake up my brother. I finished Math, Science and Social Studies first because I knew these ones were easy for me. The last one was English that challenged me very much. I spent too much time to accomplish it. I used both English-English dictionary and Google translator to help me. I looked up each new word, then read again and answered the questions. At the end of the day, I learned by heart as much as new vocabularies as I could. Finally, I ended my day at about twelve or one o’clock and went to bed, I was really exhausted at this time.
After one year that I had been in the United States, everything became smoother for me. My brother was more peaceful and listened to me. In addition, my English improved so I felt more comfortable. When I met my old English teacher, she told me “Your voice improved so much, I can hear you now”, I was so happy at that time. I signed up for some clubs at school but I chose clubs that had meeting either in the morning or after school so that I could take care of my brother. I volunteered at some community services that happened at weekend. I felt happy when I helped people or worked with kids at Falls Feast or Camp Fire. One time, my Student Councils club went to Arlington to join the leadership day, I asked my mom that could she take care of my brother for me to go with my friends ? My mom said yes and I had fun on that day and learned many interesting things.
Now, I have been in America for nearly two years. Many important events in my life happened and I made significant decisions here. Both good things and bad things came to me and I overcame both. On the day my dad came in America, I thought that my hardest time was gone. Now, I work harder to build up my future in America.
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