Each of these efficiently describe the young female adolescent standing here today through countless trials presented throughout my life. My closet friends have often compared me to a mother due to my tendency to always wanting to take care them by making sure they do their homework, sometimes feeding them, or giving them moral support a mother gives to her child. In addition to being overly motherly, I have often been the one to be extremely bubbly. I would always be the one who gets overly happy over the smallest things from a balloon in my face to seeing a close friend get an a. My extreme happiness often makes people think that I am insane because of how happy I am and how I am never hardly sad about anything.
Ray went back to her Aunt Stella’s house. Everyone was glad to see her. Ray went up to her Aunt Stella. She told her, “I don’t really appreciate what you said to me earlier.” Ray also said, “I am going to be fine in life even if I don’t talk much. I only talk when I need to or have something to say but that doesn’t stop me from being successful.” Her Aunt Stella’s then told her that she apologized for offending her.
Filled with joy and relief knowing that her mother was okay and that the missile did not hit their house, but knowing that it hit right next to them. That is where her friend, Neda, lived, seeing Marji wondering and asking her mother, “At least they weren’t Home!” (Satrapi 28). Her mother, trying to avoid the question not wanting to worry her daughter anymore as she is, but she finally responded with, “Saturday is the Jewish Sabbath. Wherever they are, Jews are suppose to go home.” (Satrapi 28). Seeing Marji face reacting and seeming like she knew they were inside when the missile hit, almost like a sicking feeling deep down in your gut.
There was once a woman that overcame many obstacles in her life and surpassed everybody’s expectations. She did it with compassion, faith, love, and courage. She was an american, known as Helen Adams Keller. I picked her among many other extraordinary people because she was my favorite example of someone who gives hope and shows perseverance, in this period of time where there is hopelessness in the world. She was not only a great teacher, but also a crusader for the disabled.
I believe the mother is very proud of Dee because she got further in her education than mama did. I still believe mother does not agree with her choice of friends because of her education, if that makes any sense. Mama does not like what her success has made Dee become, but she is still proud of her. The daydream is significant because it is how mama imagines reuniting with Dee one day. Mama feels as though Dee will embrace the woman who made it all possible with a warm hug and a brooch pinned on her dress.
Babs on the other hand was very smart, intelligent and was she looked very like her mother when she was her age. Some of the major characteristic about Mrs. Slade is that she is very cocky and she likes to hold grudges. Because the thing that happen with Mrs. Ansley and her husband was a long time ago and she just couldn’t get over the fact that she went to meet up with him. But now she had another reason be mad because of the baby. Grace ansley in the story was a sweet beautiful lady, she was very classy, I could tell she looked a person who knew the right place and time to have a certain conversation when she tried to play it when Mrs. Slade brought up her
Everyone in the school was worried sick about her, but on that day, I did learn something new. I learned that the people in the school really cared about one another. I did not know how many people knew her name until they asked, “is Kaitlyn ok?” Kaitlyn did not want her classmate feeling bad about what he did, so she said, “I am ok and everything fine. We can still be friends.” Kaitlyn and her classmate hugged afterwards, and he was so relief that she was ok till he could not stop smiling. This only shows that everyone loves Kaitlyn and they want the best for her.
Oh, that does not matter at the moment we are talking about you and your future" say´s mom I was so overwhelmed that choosing a career could be this hard I began to call colleges and asking nurses which school will be in there best interest. I received a lot of feedback which took a lot of stress off my back knowing the courses wouldn't be that hard if I take good notes and study well. I got home with a idea for me and my mom to go through with which was visting Gateway Community College which has both Radiology and Sonography Associate's programs. " Well this college looks pretty neat, not to many people and plenty of good looking people" "Don't worry about the people worry about getting info on your career" Says mom. The director to the school gave us a detour of the programs starting with Radiology it was a cool
Teen Depression and Anxiety Marissa a is teen who goes to a private high school in Arizona some believe to see her as an exceptional student. She is a very happy go lucky girl who never seems to have a problem. Little did she know that something was going to rock her world. After being in the chapel like any other Wednesday, her friends blew up her phone with texts after texts. They were saying “Alexa is gone” and “Alexa was in an accident and didn’t make it”.
Other similar qualities he has is being a good worker and follower. I always try to please my friends by making them laugh or agreeing with them. Lennie tries to please his friends by emulating their actions and being nice to everybody regardless of who or what they are. I try to be nice to everybody as well so we have that in common. Another quality we share is being a good worker.
Dad was an intelligent man. He is skilled for electrician and engineer. Often, he will invent contraptions hoping he will make his family rich. Jeannette is a loving caring young lady, who desperately loves her family, the Wall’s family had its ups and downs as well, but that didn’t separate them from anything, well at least not yet. Growing up as kid Jeannette was the one who would
She’s loyal, wild, and reckless, but never at the expense of others. Thank you for valuing yourself, for making yourself your own priority, for valiantly following your unconventional dream that would bring home, and sense of belonging to a lot of kids that feel alienated. Thank you for standing up for your stance, it is tough and there’s a long way to go, but you’ll get there. Thank you for smiling and showing everyone, mentally ill girls have a lot of reasons to smile. Lastly, thank you for existing because your kindness is never overrated.