The thing was COVID nurse because superhero isn’t an official job title shirt my father used to love all his nephews, give them money, take care of them, and have a good time with them. But he couldn’t do the same for me. He was so busy with his life-giving no shit about his own family that he couldn’t see what is wrong with me. But we could see he could laugh with his friends, his family, and his nephews. So just three years ago, when I was fully grown-up and was doing things pretty much on my own. I found out things about life on my own, he had never taught me anything.
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There was a funeral and all of my cousins were COVID nurse because superhero isn’t an official job title shirt there and dinner was about to be served. I went out to buy something we were short of. When I came back, one of my cousins making fun of me said to me, “You went out to buy Chappati and when your father got to know about this he said what does he know about buying Chappati”. He laughed and I stayed silent. It was 1989 and mini skirts were all the rage. I was sent home by a security guard at my school for wearing a short skirt. (mind you, It reached my fingertip test) Even though it technically wasn’t too short, she said I should not be wearing that. So I went home, and coincidentally, my dad was in the kitchen… He happened to take the day off to deal with some other matters… And he grabbed his keys and took me to my school and yelled not only at the security guard, but the vice-principal and some cheerleaders whos’ skirts were way shorter than mine. The security guard and VP. both were telling my dad that “The boys will get distracted.” My dad: “This is not Saudi Arabia! I did not move to the US to have my daughter be told what to wear! And those boys need better parents. I left the Middle East to give my daughters a life of freedom, safety, and opportunity! Not THIS!” I honestly have never seen him so angry at someone in my life. They let me back to class and I never heard another word muttered by any of the staff ever again.