“Mom! Mom! Mom!”

The young woman, no more than 21 or 22 years old, did not come into the living room to greet her mother. She went straight upstairs.

The mother, who was no less than 40 years old, came in and widened her eyes. “No, daughter, when did you come in?”

She knew that young girl. She had seen her with BOSSAY, and someone had been trying to rob him. The young girl had been laughing and laughing, and BOSSAY had stopped and stared at her as if she was going to eat him.

The mother looked at her daughter, but she didn’t see anything but a small smile that touched her heart. She pulled her daughter’s hand and led her into the living room, where they sat down on the chairs that were decorated with amenities that the mother had never seen before.

The mother rubbed her daughter’s face and started to say something to her, but the daughter stopped her quickly. “Mom, what’s going on? I’ve been talking to you for a long time, but you ignored me. I’m useless. Take your things and leave. I don’t want to see you anymore.”

The mother calmed her daughter down. “Don’t worry about that girl. She’s like a demon. She has no family, no background. Who knows who her father is? Please don’t be violent towards her. It’s not right.”

The daughter shook her head. “She’s not my family. She’s not my mother. I don’t want to see her ever again.”

The mother sighed. “I know, my daughter. I know.”

The daughter stood up. “I’m going to bed. I’ll just go pour some water and come right back.”

The mother nodded.

The daughter went upstairs, and the mother was left alone in the living room. She thought about what had just happened, and she felt a deep sadness. She didn’t know what to do.

A few minutes later, the young girl came back downstairs. She was wide-eyed and full of fear. She looked like she was expecting to be punished.

The mother looked at her and felt a wave of pity. She knew that this girl had been through a lot in her life. She didn’t deserve to be treated this way.

“Don’t be afraid,” the mother said. “I’m not going to punish you.”

The girl looked up at her in surprise. “Really?”

“Yes,” the mother said. “I’m not going to punish you.”

The girl smiled. “Thank you,” she said.

The mother smiled back. “You’re welcome,” she said. “Now, why don’t you go upstairs and get some sleep?”

The girl nodded and went upstairs.

The mother watched her go, and she felt a sense of peace. She knew that she had done the right thing.

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