The things that one will go through, the things they will sacrifice, the risks they would take, for love. Mrs. Frisby, a widowed mouse and mother of four children, was a hard working character. She supported her family the best she could without her husband to help her. In this book, Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of Nimh by Robert C. O’Brien,  Mrs. Frisby must set off to meet some unpredictable creatures, for her youngest son Timothy falls ill. She must visit the Rats of Nimh. Mrs. Frisby wasn’t exactly comfortable with the rats, nor did she trust them. However, she would do anything to save all of her children. She learned to step out of her comfort zone a little bit and work with other people she didn’t know, which wasn’t something she liked doing. Mrs. Frisby also had to leave her children alone for a while and head away from home, which, again, wasn’t something she liked doing. She was forced to go and travel to strange places, but not for no reason. She did it all out of love for her son and family. She learned to sacrifice her own wishes for her love ones, and to put her life on the line for them. Now that is what I call love.