Personal Narrative: A Career As A Social Worker

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It was a cold winter night and it was just mama sister and I. And mama was talking to us about all our hopes and dreams.
Mama looked at sister and I and said “what do you want to be when you get older”.
Sister looked at me I looked at her and we pondered this question. Then sister said “when I grow up I want to be a social worker because I want to help children find a home that will give them the life they deserve.”
Mama looked at her and said “that’s great honey but what will you do different than everyone else.” Sister was quiet for awhile while she was thinking “what could she you different? What would make her unique?” Then she replayed passionately “ I’m going to care and I’m going to do everything in the best interest of the child.
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I looked around as I started thinking “I have know idea what I want to be. I’m not like sister who has passion and determination. I don’t know what my responsibility is in life let alone to america. Then I knew I wanted to be a teacher.” So I turned and looked at sister then at mama and said I want to be a teacher when I grow up.”
Mama said questing “why” she didn’t seem to convinced that 's what I wanted to do she just thought that I was just throwing out an idea. Of course I had already been think she was going to ask this question so I had already thought of an answer “ I want to be a teacher because I want to help kids be able to reach their full potential and teach them all the important lessons that I’ve
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