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We all have a little writer inside us who usually sits quietly until stirred. This Mother’s Day we invited BYJUites to share their ‘Tiny Tales’ about their moms. The BYJU’S’ ‘Tiny Tales’ contest received a lot of sweet and heartwarming tales. Here are top Tiny Tales’ by the talented BYJUites.
|Mom: Wake up.
Me(*rubbing my eyes*): It’s just 7.
Mom: Yes, you are already late for school. (*Stroking my
hair*) Hurry up.
Mom: Wake up.
Me(half-asleep): I don’t want to go to class today.
Mom: You must. (*Stroking my hair with the same affection*) You are the teacher.
“She just got home from work — tired! 10 PM. Her daughter slept blissfully in the warmth of her embrace. She tied her hair up in a bun and deftly snuck away from the bedside. Unwashed dishes, piled away, made an Eiffel tower on its own. Her work had just begun.”
|“One more bite, this one’s for papa,
This, for dadi,
Last, for dadu,
Else he’ll feel left out.”
“And magic! An empty plate”!!
|A SUPERWOMAN! She is a Teacher. Being a working woman, not once has she made me feel I have missed anything. She’s always there as a pillar of strength. As her name suggests- KIRAN- beautiful moments shimmer through my life as she continues being my ray of light!!!|
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