My childhood, like a colorful story book, contains many interesting childhood events that I can still remember. One of the most unforgettable is that time I went with my grandmother to weed.
On that day, my grandmother and I went to the field together. My grandmother told me to pull the grass first, and she went to hoe the field, so that there would not be a lot of weeds in the field, and the weeding would be faster. I began to pull the grass with a song. I reached out my hand and grabbed the big bundle of grass and pulled it back. All of a sudden, I sat down on the ground, the pain made my tears flow out. It turned out that I pulled the grass and the grass roots were still in the ground. My grandmother ran to me and hugged me, and asked with heartache, "granddaughter, did you fall anywhere? I said in frustration:" it's just that my butt hurts, but the grass hasn't been pulled out. ". Grandma said with a smile: "it's impossible for you to pull it out like this. You need to pull several roots. Don't grab a lot of them all at once. The more you catch, the more you can't pull them out." After listening to my grandmother's words, I seem to understand. I did it according to my grandmother's words. I pulled them out one by one. Within a few minutes, I couldn't help it, and I had no patience. I said to my grandmother, "grandma, pulling out one by one is too tired.". Grandma said: "work with patience, can not give up halfway." After listening to my grandmother's words, I insisted on pulling out the grass in the field, and my grandmother also hoed the ground. Looking at the weeds in the field in front of me, just like the defeated soldiers, all collapsed in the ground. My grandmother and I laughed happily and went home together.
At home, my grandmother cooked corn soup for me. My grandmother brought the corn soup to me and told me that corn was also planted step by step. If you said that you were tired and we would go home, we would never have such delicious corn soup.
This incident made me understand that "we must be patient and persevere. We must never give up halfway."