Then there is my Grandma Brenda who had recently passed away, she was always the one who everyone could go to although she was the one who never held her tongue. Her death was one of the biggest hits that the family took, and opened other eyes to how dysfunctional our family really is without her presents. Moms are the best, they carry you for nine months, feed you, change you, teach you many great things, there to comfort you in heart breaks, and even there when you have hit rock bottom. Not everyone gets the chance to be on another level with their Moms other than a Mother Daughter relationship. I’ve been on both levels of the totem pole as a Daughter and a friend when needed.
My mom had me at the age of 15 very young right. Well my grandma had to help take care of me too. And well she never really stopped taking care of any of us. Now i know that she 's not a superhero out of marvel or dc but, she will always be my hero. she s helped so many people.not to mention everyone knows here.
Nobody else ever came close to meaning as much to me as she did. Then in 2012, my dad got remarried to a woman with two younger kids. My younger brother Sam is six years younger than me and my little sister Emily is three years younger than me. My world got completely thrown around when they came into my life. It was always just the two of us, my sister and I, I didn’t have to share my time with her with anyone else, she was all mine.
She became a huge role model for women all across the globe, as well as inspiring pilots as well. Amelia Earhart was not only one of the bravest women in history; she was one of the bravest people in history. Amelia Earhart was born on July 24, 1897 in Atchison, Kansas into a family that struggled financially. Her father’s name was Edwin Earhart, who is a lawyer and her mothers name was Amy Otis Earhart who is a stay at home mother. Her and her younger sister spent most of their childhood with their very traditional grandparents because their parents couldn’t support them and eventually wound up getting divorced in 1924 when Amelia was 27 years old.
I sat there nervously wondering why any college would ever accept me, frozen with panic unable to continue any of my applications until I heard my sister’s voice ring in my head telling me how gifted I am and motivating me to continue because I’ll never flourish if I never try. In those moments of self-contemplation, I realized that my sister was the most influential person in my life. She has been with me through thick and thin and I doubt I would have gotten this far in life without her. Throughout my life, I don’t think there has been anyone rooting for me quite like my sister. Even since before I was born she prayed and prayed every night for a little brother even when both my parents and other sister didn’t.
That morning like all others she gave me the tightest hug, which at the time I didn’t know that would be the last hug I would ever get from her. Everything seemed off that day, looking back, but as always it is the calm before the storm. School seemed endless that day, knowing I was going to my best-friend’s house afterwards to play since my gram was not going to be home for me to go to her house. After what
I knew she would be greatly upset she would no longer be able to do the things she loved the most and although it hurt more than anything to have to say goodbye, heaven needed an angel and gained the best one the day she passed away. Even though it still saddens me that she’s not here, I am no longer like a carrot. It brings me joy to know that she isn’t suffering, and that she’s untroubled up in
My mother is the most important person in my life because the bond we share is like no other she is my mentor, guide, and protector and I love her more than anyone will ever know. My mother and have been I threw a lot of tough times fun times important times and disappointing times together, but the one that catches my eye the most is the time when my great grandmother was sick and only had a few days left to live and without my mom there I have no clue how the family would have taken it but she was courageous to take the wheel. I was the age of 10 years old when my grandmother passed away it was a trying time for my family, but my mother stepped up and gave us all strength to push thru. My great grandmother, Virginia was 86 when she passed away and It all went downhill the day she fell and broke her hip and it caused her to have surgery and she never really recovered from the toll the surgery took on her. The surgery caused her to lose an enormous amount of weight and she would not eat, the doctors had to feed her through a tube enable for her to survive, she seemed to get better so the doctors told my mom she could go home.
Aunt With Cancer “There's your life before cancer and there's your life after cancer. I can't say it didn't happen, because i've learned so much from it.-Rebecca Bluestone”. It was a day like no other. Little did I know that the day had started bad but later during that day it would get worse. It all started with a phone call one that no one could ever forget and it would change not only my aunts life but my whole family's life forever.
Seeing your grandparents on Christmas day for me is the best gift of all. Ever since my mom and my aunt got into a big argument after grandma went into the hospital our family has never been the same. With my grandma in the hospital and my grandpa not doing good health wise everything was so stressful for my family. We knew that my grandpa had dementia because my other grandpa has it. My aunt thought there was nothing wrong with my grandpa and blamed it all on my mom why this stuff was happening.