Nicole Baselice, my marvelous mother, deserves this award in behalf of being is hardworking, supportive, and loving.” Daily, my mom works very hard. She works multiple jobs to make my brother and I happy. For example, my mom teaches at my school to assure a valuable education. She also tutors after school so that my brother and I can pursue our passions. She drives back and forth for me to be able to get to dance and guarantee that I am there on time.
It’s because our aunts taught him to do countless household chores since he was small. My older brother has many good qualities. For one, he’s dependable. When I got married, he took good care of my children and our mother, especially when I’m not at home. He did the chores around the house, like cleaning and cooking.
She “... practised every day for Tante Rose” (Horton, 2). Anyone with a hobby or job that they perform on the daily can speak to the devotion it requires to not get burnt out or uninspired. Practising every day implies that Hannah is diligent, and the fact that she did it for Tante Rose further proves her devotion, both to her future career and her aunt. In fact, Hannah moves in with her aunt in order to “... devote all [her] free time to [her] studies in piano” (2). Her devotion to piano outweighed her willingness to stay with her family, a quality that few possess.
The person I observed for this assignment was my mother, Tricia Onus. I observed my mother for two days because I wanted to write a detailed paragraph on the things she did and why she did them. I noticed within those two days of careful examination of her day that she is very clean, during the time of inspection very angry, and precise. The way I came to the conclusion of my mother being rather clean is her daily shower ritual. A ritual is a religious or solemn ceremony consisting of a series of actions performed according to a prescribed order.
Implementing this duty at such a young age makes these tasks seem regular to the child. This is clearly shown in Jeannette Walls's The Glass Castle. At age 13, when Jeannette is left home alone for two months to take care of her younger siblings; her mother gives her $200 to pay for expenses. When first given the money she focuses on paying for utility bills and food. Jeannette comes up with a well organized budget plan to finance themselves.
I try my best every day to be courageous, hardworking, humble, and generous, just like dircimar. I could not be more grateful for all the things she did and does for me, I am who I am because of her, I do not imagine going through this phase of my life without her, and she is what keeps me going. My Mother is more than a mother she is, My Idol, My father, My best Friend, My inspiration, My
Those two hours with the other girls make softball so much more enjoyable because they love the game as much as I do and it is truly amazing how sports brings people together. People think sports are just sports, but in reality to athletes it’s an escape from life, it’s our second family, and most important we feel like we belong there. Sports make you feel like your apart of something bigger than a team. Softball has been my second family and I have made so many amazing friendships that might last for the rest of life and even if they don’t, I will never forget all my friends or the memories that I have playing ball with
You never know who you will be caring for or what issue you will be treating. I also like the idea of working in the labor and delivery unit because it is such a fun and positive environment. I think it would be an honor to help mothers bring their children into the world. In addition, I am obsessed with babies. I would look forward to going to work (even on weekends) knowing that I get to interact with babies all day.
There is nothing more than obtaining all the knowledge you can. Becoming a nurse practitioner won’t be easy but I’m sure in the end it’ll be all worth it. All of the time and energy I will spend will all pay off and I will so excited to have all the extra credentials, diplomas, and certificates to follow me and my name until I decide to retire and even after, to be known as THE BEST NURSE PRACTITIONER
August 15, 2014: I got a call from a mother who had seen my babysitting ad at the local market. She urgently needed someone to start watching her twin, three-year-old boys four times a week. My initial thought was, "Can I take care of two toddlers by myself?" The only reason I wanted a job was to help my mom pay the bills. Eventually, I learned that I love spending time with them.
My work impresses most of my family, but I feel most supported by my mother. She’s always encouraged me to pursue my dreams, whatever they may be, and every time I show her a new painting or a piece of jewelry, I can tell by her expression alone she is proud of me. She wants me to have a Senior Show almost as much, maybe even more, than I do. And I would hope I could display all the progress I have made and all the
She wanted to be a Nurse since she was sixteen and never lost that drive to obtain that goal. My parents’ example of hard work pushes me to have these goals, and as a child I have the passion to one up my parents, to be better so that my kids can