This allowed the girl to develop a strong voice and sense of self. She understood what she liked and what she was capable of, so she lived accordingly. Had Louisa immediately left home to marry Joe as a teenager, there might have been
She has always loved the idea of helping people and making them feel better. As Madelynn says ,"As I got older and learned more about the career I fell even more in love with the whole idea of it. " In high school Madelynn was never been a bad kid. Madelynn says that her teacher did not really influence her decision to become a doctor.
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.
Since they loved their mother so much, they would definitely do the special task and knew that doing it would make their mother feel overjoyed, which would make them feel overjoyed, too. For instance, whenever the mother would come home, the girls would always feel happy and cheery no matter what was going on: “Somehow the sight of the old shoes had a good effect upon the girls, for Mother was coming, and everyone brightened to welcome her” (Alcott para 1). The strong love between the mother and the girls partly helped push the girls to choose to help the immigrant family. Also, not only does the secure bond between the mother and the daughters help influence the girls to make the conclusion to help the family but, it also helps impact the needy family, later explained in this paragraph. For example, when the mother proposes to the girls to go and help the family on Christmas morning by giving them their breakfast, they’re silent at first, but then the girls say: "‘May I go and help carry the things to the poor little children?’
In a plant of 5 woman and the rest men Patricia is very hard working and doesn't "take nothing from no one and will tell them how it is". Patricia is dependable by being on time, she reassures herself of this by leaving her home 45 minutes before work when it only takes 15 minutes to get there "it’s better to be early than late" if Patricia is late even 30 seconds she gets a mark and after 3 marks being let go is a possibility. Patricia "values her job" its safe friendly and everyone gets along and for the most part everyone are good co-workers "for a couple of exceptions" you find one person that thinks they know it all. Patricia over the course of her 11 years has worked and trained people on the vapor degreaser (VDC) and north dreaver (furnace). The vapor degreaser cleans lube of off the tubes, lube is used on tubes when drawing to make them smaller; the dreaver is where you anneal the tubes to meet the customer’s requirement of the texture of the tubes.
She appreciates her kids and adore them and I’m sure they feel the same way about their mother. Most of the other mothers don’t even pay attention to their kids/child, but they’re quick to give them to the maids. Hilly is always putting her kids first no matter what. Even though she is so cruel to everyone else, she will never disrespect her kids. Her kids are her first priority and that’s how it should
In “Love Medicine” the two mothers Lulu and Marie both show that they are strong mothers who have quite a lot of influence on the people around them and seem to be the most important characters in the novel. The two are showed in a brilliant way by Louise Erdrich that shows how their own experiences in their past, shapes how they run their families in the
Another few traits that she posses is selflessness and caring; no matter who it was or what they needed she would be there to help. That is a very heroic act a lot of ways. Some people she worked with didn’t see much caring or love at home. She saw them as more even if they had a rough home life that doesn’t mean they are bad. Sue saw selflessness and caring at home from her parents and knew it was her job to show it to
Joseph High School, goes above and beyond almost everyday. She helps her peers with their work when they don’t understand completely. She doesn’t have to help these other students, she could focus on herself. Grace also donates her time and effort into Key Club, where she volunteers at hospice making blankets for the elderly. Grace is a great example that you don’t have to give tons of money or be famous to make a difference, just do what you can.
My mother can brighten up anyone’s day simply with the beautiful smile that is always on her face. A hero should be selfless, caring, and thoughtful. My mom always puts others before herself. When I was four years old, my parents got a divorce.
(General personality type stuff) Tiffany is first and most a genuinely kind-hearted person, always quick to sacrifice her needs for friends and family, and always looks for the best in people. This talent for understanding people sets her apart as a great listener and confidant, able to give advice not just from her own opinions, but because she can really empathize with them. Her favorite quote shows how she strives to greet each new day with optimism. “Tomorrow the sun will rise, and who knows what the tide will bring?”
It is easy to love a grandparent that genuine to everyone they are around, but not all kids get the opportunity to experience that. Kathy Denise Annas, also known as “MawMaw Neesie’ or “Denise”—a daughter, sister, wife, mother, and grandmother—is a person who is admired by many, especially her oldest granddaughter. It is not just her endless love, strength, compassion, and faith that her granddaughter loves most about her, but it is her ability to deploy positive energy to everyone she is around and her expertise in being a great grandmother that really hits home. MawMaw Neesie is a petite women standing only about five foot three. She has short blonde hair that is always fixed the same way.