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In life sometimes unnoticed thing happens and that unnoticed become so important to you that you can never forget Like how you wake up in the morning look at yourself for five second and not knowing you have a little mustache growing till you really look in the mirror and thinking to yourself Wow is this reallyreallyreally happening Scary sometime how unnoticed can become reality and can affect your life every day I have experience those days sometimes its funny it hurts make you angry make you sad and happyWell one day after New Years eves I had a family gathering with my brothers sisters uncles aunties nephews nieces grandfather and grandmother We all enjoy are self we joke laugh and ate After the gathering they left home and something went wrong My grandfather had a stroke out of nowhere and knowing that it really hurts because my grandfather is healthy and strong He was sent to the ICU and was in critical condition I was just thinking to myself why stuff like this happen so unnoticeable wasnt my grandfather was smiling and talking to me yesterday like he was strong why after the day of New Years Eve My heart cries but not the tears from my eyes because I know my grandfather will make it through As day pass he was getting weaker and he couldnt handle no more me thinking that he will make it through and having faith in him but the doctor told us to let him go because they cant do anything about it Unnoticed tears came down my eyes and it really hurts inside but we had no choice and let my grandfather live peacefullyWhen I hear music I just randomly and naturally dance not knowing what move I was doing The first move I ever did was the moon walk and at that time I never liked dancing but I like doing it for
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