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My parents were finally going out that day. It was only to pick up the groceries but
it was still a big deal for me. They never left my side. I was always in the presence
of either mom or dad or both.
I didn’t get why they were so protective of me. They were protective to the extent
that they never let me leave the house. I was always inside the house looking out
the window. I felt like Rapunzel in her tower sometimes.
When I looked out the window I saw kids playing, running towards school buses
and whatnot. When I asked my parents why I couldn’t be like other children they
always had an excuse. They even counter-questioned me,
“What if you get lost? Or kidnapped?”
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One day, when I was about 7, I saw my dad talking on the phone near the window.
I went to him and said in my baby voice, “Dad, I want to go to school.”
He stopped talking and hung up the phone. He looked at me and I saw his face was
going red. Although he didn’t say a word, I knew he was getting angry. At that
moment my mom came rushing in and said,
“We are home schooling you. Don’t bother your dad. If you have any questions ask
I had been scared of my dad ever since to that day and I was already in my teens.
That was why I always did what they said. I behaved, stayed inside the house and
never bothered my dad.
I had only been out two or three times on the grocery run with mom. That time too,
her eyes were fixed at me like a hawk.
That was why when they left to go out it was a relief for me. I could finally be
alone; I could get a sense of privacy and freedom even though it was inside a
Usually, when I was alone, I liked exploring the house. I thought that was the only
way I could figure out why my parents were so protective and why my dad was so
angry. I had searched the attic and even my parents’ room a few times before, but I
couldn’t find anything. That day, I was facing my fears and going down the
basement. It was scary down there but I hoped I would find something.
I turned on the lights of the basement headed down there.
“Even with lights on this is scary.” I said to myself.
But I was right. There were so many things there. Some of the things looked way
too old. There was this old television, my old crib, and so many papers. I started
going through the papers. It looked like some kind of bookkeeping of money and
there were so many names.
“Are my parents taking money from people?” I thought.
Jun 2, 2020