Ina Garten is an American host and author of the program titled as Barefoot Contessa. Previously, she was a staff member of the White House Office of Management and Budget. According to Ina Garten bio, her birth name is Ina Rosenberg Garten. American nationality Garten belongs to Caucasian ethnicity.
Ruth Posner born in 1933 in Warsaw, Poland. She was only 12 years old when
Imagine if you had one of your limbs removed right when you were going to have your dream career. This is what Aimee Mullins and Bethany Hamilton had to go through. Even though Aimee Mullins and Bethany Hamilton handled their adversity in different ways, it is important to see that they also took things the same way but both were determined to pursue their goals in life.
In the late 19th century, there were many influential women including Susan B. Anthony, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and many others that were busy making their impact on society. This was the crucial time period for the reform and improvement of women’s rights. Along with this, it was also the time that Clara Barton pushed for the creation of the American Red Cross. Barton was one of the most influential, but often overlooked, woman of her time period because she pushed for the creation of one of the most relied on associations throughout the world.
Meredith Hall is mother is faced with divorce in “Killing Chickens”. Isolated by the betrayal of her husband’s adultery with her best friend, she tackles the chores he left behind while celebrating her 38th birthday with her two sons.
“The Red Convertible” by Louise Erdrich and “Story of an Hour” by Kate Chopin both have the common theme of death; however, in “The Red Convertible”, the death of Henry ends the very close relationship that he has with his brother Lyman while in “Story of an Hour”, the death of Mr. Mallard marks an opportunity of independence and freedom for Mrs. Mallard which shows that the relationship between Mr. and Mrs. Mallard was unsatisfactory.
Erika Van Hesteren lived with her family in the southern part of Amsterdam before the Nazi invade them. In 1941, German officers brought many Jews from street and homes moved to ghetto including Erika and her family. Gideon,Erika’s boyfriend,who is Germany, was working for an underground organization at that time built a wonderful hiding place in rectangular space under their eaves. He fixed up a small wooden door that opened from the bottom , and then hung different things in front of it. Nobody would never suspect an entrance there. Inside, He puts all necessary supplies for survival of life. For example, medicines, foods, water, and so on. When the German officers came to the area to move out the Jews people from the place, Erika and her
We are to watch the movie, “A Girl with a Pearl Earrings”, by the director Peter Weber, that was filmed in 2003. Based on the movie, Johannes Vermeer, the famous artist’s life and what is the story behind his painting of the girl with the pearl earrings. The movie is quit modest with the way it presented that time with the way they dressed to the way they spoke. It also focused of how art was important, precious and a luxury to attain. It addresses the tough life of people who suffer living problem such as, money, are treated and looked down on. However, they upper-class pity their conditions and take them in. One of the main aspects of this movie is the old-fashioned depictions of a maid 's sufferings and duties and the formal events of life in 17th-Century Holland. The movie shows the challenges to morality if money needed or greed is involved.
Jane Long had a rough start of life but a great ending that changed the history of Texas for good. Jane Long was born on July 23, 1798 as the tenth child of her big family. Jane’s father, Capt. William Mackall, fought in the revolutionary war before she was born but died in 1799. In 1811 her mother, Ann Herbert Wilkinson, moved their family to Mississippi but died soon after in 1812 making Jane an orphan at age 14. After her mother 's death Jane moved in with her sister, Barbara, and it 's with them that she met James Long her future husband. James and Jane got met near natchez, Louisiana and got married on May 14, 1815 at age 17. A
Sally Louisa Tompkins was born November 9, 1833 in Poplar Grove in Tidewater region on Virginia’s Middle Peninsula. She was born to father Colonel Christopher Tompkins and mother Maria Patterson Tompkins. She had four sisters three of which died from a local epidemic that also took her father. Their names are Martha Tompkins Harriet Tompkins and Elizabeth Tompkins. Her only surviving family being her sister Maria Tompkins and her mother. Her father was a American Revolutionary War veteran and a very wealthy merchant. After the deaths of Colonel Tompkins and her sisters, Sally and her remaining family members left Poplar Grove and moved to Norfolk, VA. Even though Sally had a rough childhood she loved helping people. She helped others by nursing
Helen Jewett was born in Temple, Maine on October 18, 1883. Helen's mother died while she was still a child and her alcoholic father soon followed her to the grave. With no parents or guardians that could watch over her, Helen was orphaned and later adopted by a local judge who provided her with a good family and education. Helen also worked as a servant during her stay with the family and after growing into a beautiful young woman, she developed sexual assertiveness and was rumored to be involved with a banker in a scandalous affair. After Helen's 18th birthday, she moved out of the house and began working as a prostitute in Portland, Maine. Her career took her to Boston and then New York where she met her demise.
Nona Marie Hohnsbehn (Furlow) was born 05/22/1954 to Elmer Lee Furlow and Emma Maxine Furlow (Gossett) at Wood River Hospital, Wood River, IL. Her parents both are still living and have been married for 64 years. They live in Meadowbrook, IL. Nona states she loves her parents very much. She see them at least every two weeks, but tries to see them more often. She calls them each morning to make sure they are ok and make small talk. She stated she has learned to have a good work ethic, good morals, to care for others and be a responsible person from the example her parents set for their children. Nona was raised in Meadowbrook and Bethalto, IL. Nona's dad was a Steelworker, baseball coach for little league, friend to many, he was the person
passion, and she 's been doing it for more than thirty years. She was raised in a religious home, and is a devout Christian. She has developed many relationships with her clients. Her favorite client, Rob Ingersoll, was a frequent customer, and often visited the shop to chat with Baronelle
While Mrs. Mallard is just starting a new life, so to say, for herself, her life she has known comes to an end. She is just able to become “free, free, free!” (57) when she loses her life. Kate Chopin uses contrast with the news Richard’s gave, the way Mrs. Mallard felt in the room and the doctor’s news to show how women perceived marriage in the 19th century in her story The Story of an Hour.
Kimberly Hartford, an above average appearing woman who came from a seemingly normal family. Kimberly Hartford, a woman who has a chronic illness that nobody believes. It is a silent, internal illness, that has been killing her slowly for the past thirty years. She suffers not only physically, but mentally as well. Excruciating pain day by day, so horrid that morphine cannot fix.