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It was December 20th of 1979 in the beautiful island of Cuba it was a tense and cold night full of tears and hope It was my Grandfather Gregorio flight date to the United States He had to leave the country because of a legal situation He had no choice but to abandon his wife with his 5 children less than 10 years of age Knowing that the poor woman was going to struggle with financial difficulties to raise all those 5 children by her own The 10 year old kid said to his father Good luck and take care I love you dad with a tearful voiceI will son I will father replyWith the company of a big and long hug with few tears coming down of each others chin It was a day that none of those children will forget It was the beginning of a new life facing poverty needs poor diet where toys were just imaginary and kept as memories Grandma concern was to give her children a valuable education and moral values Always paying closely attention on their teenage years so they wouldnt get involved in any delinquent activity Here is the touching story of my family reunion after nearly 30 years without seeing their father Those 5 children were composed by twin brothers named Gregorio and Jesus the oldest Oreste and Ivan my father were the middle ones and Janet the only female which was the youngest They became men and woman with families to raise Unfortunately still living in a poor neighborhood where children had no shoes no clothes and poor parenting skills But they were different thanks to Grandma they knew how to be better parents each day learned from mistakes and work hard to accomplish their dreams Their life continue to be hard as always and hoping for a better future Grandma Mima was an old woman but not any other woman she was loyal honest
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