My mom, my sweet, gentle mom. My mom is like my sister, we love to talk about juicy stuff and love to share with each other what we did during the day. I don 't like to imagine myself without her because she is basically my life. She is caring and kind and always have a smile on her face when she sees me. When I say her name I get a picture of her in my mind. She is 32 and looks like she is 20. My mom is short but mighty. She´s tan like the warm sand, and her hair is black as the night sky. Her eyes are like chocolate chips, and her beautiful smile is like seeing the sun for a long time. When we go to new places everyone says that I look like her and I can actually see it. My mom is beautiful and kind just like me. I don 't know what story to tell you, me and my mom went through a lot of stuff and she is a very classic woman and she isn 't lazy or to fancy she is just right. She loves taking care of me and siblings. My mom and I have a lot of stories to share. One was in six grade when I was in a bad place with a friend. I told my mom everything that happened. She said in a sweet and lovely way, ¨If she doesn 't want to be your friend she is the one losing because you are a very nice, kind, sweet, and lovely friend that´s going to give her good advice. So don 't feel bad and don 't let this bring you down or change the way you are as a friend.¨ That 's when I started to stop and rethink what my mom said. I realized I didn 't need that
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My friends because they keep me away from my parents. Without these guys, I wouldn’t be able to communicate my feelings or get my daily dose outside air. Today’s society is based
On December 7, 1941, the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor changed the lives of thousands of Japanese Americans, including Mama and her family. As they are uprooted from their home and forced into internment camps, Mama’s character undergoes a profound transformation that shapes her identity and her role in the community. Mama from Farewell to Manzanar is a strong and courageous woman who fought for her family’s survival during World War II. She evolves from a passive victim of discrimination to a powerful and compassionate leader who navigates her family through the challenges of internment. Her journey underscores the resilience of the human spirit and the power of community in times of adversity.
My mother look just like me sometimes people ask if my mom and I are sisters because we look just like each other. My mom has brown hair that is really curly and she always has it pulled it up. When my mom was a kid she went to florida. My mom liked that she got to go to florida because she grew up not having much or going anywhere and going out of OHIO and traveling was fun for her because she did not really get to do that when she got older.
She has such a positive attitude towards life and always smiles at everyone she sees in hopes to make someone’s day a little better. She was always known as the “cool mom” to my friends growing up because her presence makes the room ten times
Every day becomes predictable for the night waitress, and every moment in this job, she relates it to her mother. ”I'm telling myself my face had character, not beauty. It's my mother's Slavic face. She washed the floor on hands and knees below the Black
In the book Glass Castle, Jeannette and her family don’t let all of the circumstances around them stop them from dreaming any smaller. Perseverance is the persistence of taking action, especially in spite of difficulties. Perseverance is overcoming the tough things in life, and not letting them get the best of you. In fact, for the most part, the Walls’ kids all worked a little harder to reach their goals. Lori, Jeanette, and Brian save up money so Lori can pursue her life outside of Welch, and move to New York City.
Mother Archetype Mothers are seen occasionally as the strangest, craziest, altruistic people who have ever been encountered. However some argue that they are the complete opposite. The basic perception of mothers that they are loving, caring, and very nurturing, and this makes up the mother archetype, not only modern day but records and perceptions that date back to ancient history. Although it has come along way, Mothers play a very important role in modern day theatre, literature, and even stories dating back to the biblical era. In ancient texts, we see this role being played by Thetis, Achilles mother in Greek mythology.
In the movie October Sky, a young boy named Homer Hickam lived in a little town called Coalwood in West Virginia. He had the determination: to build and shoot off his own rockets by “Sputnik” that was orbiting around the sky. Homer’s dad, John, wasn 't so thrilled with his idea of building these rockets and said it was a waste time to try building his own rocket. He wanted Homer to follow in his footsteps and work in the mines. With the help of his friends and teachers, Homer continued to pursue his dream.
The event that has shaped me into who I am today is that I am a big sister. I am a big sister to my brother and sister. It has helped me to become a better student in school and class. Having a brother and sister, though it has been a rollercoaster in my life, it has shaped me into who I am today in school and class. I was an only child until I was almost three when my little sister was born.
This has helped her overcome so much heartbreak, from losing my dad, my sister, and my brother to her own health issues and through it all her faith has never been shaken. I look at my mother with nothing less than amazement. After my dad had his heart attack and could no longer work my mom never failed to provide for all her children, we didn't have a lot but we always had enough. This made me such a humble and grateful person, and I never take anything I have for granted.
I watched my mother fade away slowly as she was battling pancreatic cancer. I looked after her everyday as best as I could; however, the feeling of my eventual solitude was unbearable. The thought of my mother’s imminent demise made me feel like my heart was being continuously stabbed. Watching my mother suffer was one of the hardest things I have ever had to go through. After her passing; something changed in me, darkness filled where love once was.
Lastly, my mom is loving which is the last reason that she deserves the Marvelous Mother award. I love my mother and I cherish her for these reasons. “A mother is she who can take the place of all others, but whose place no one else can take.”-
From the age of four until the age of fifteen it was always just my mom and I. She always put me first. She worked hard to make sure I had everything I needed, even if that meant not buying something she wanted for herself. She allowed me to have endless opportunities throughout school and extracurricular activities. She enrolled me in gymnastics, dance, and basketball.
I still remember the day that I talk back to my mom,she was like what?,like she never expected that I talked back at her. That day I saw the sadness in her eyes then that’s when I felt guilty for what I’ve done. I totally understand that she always wants the best for me and she doesn’t wants us to get hurt. That’s why I love my family so much that I can’t stand seeing them getting hurt because of me. Being part of a family is a big responsibility.
Ana Buha is a wise woman from a small place in the heart of Bosnia & Herzegovina called Vitez. She is a hard-working mother and wife. Ana is my grandmother who gave everything to her three kids: my mom, and two of my uncles. She is one of the most interesting and funny people I know. Her life stories make me cry and laugh at the same time.