First of all, Jackie was determined at a young age to become a great athlete. Even though her parents pressured her to take dance lessons instead, she persisted that she run. At first, Jackie was an awful runner, but that didn’t keep her from doing it anyways. She impelled herself to keep trying until she succeeded. In addition to her determination, Jackie also worked hard to overcome her asthma.
I’m so happy I met Lani, because she has had such a huge positive impact on my life. I don 't know what I would do without her. Lani is my role model because of her best qualities, her performance in soccer, and her amazing personality. The first part of Lani Maher being my role model is her best qualities. Lani
Nanny who has been Janie’s caretaker has several hopes and dreams for her granddaughter. Nanny is not entirely perfect at her job of raising Janie, since her dreams for her are clouded by her own scarring experiences. Nanny attempts to insure a better life for Janie by forcing her to marry Logan Killicks, an old and wealthy man. Blinded by her own dreams, hopes, and desires, Nanny makes many impositions on Janie, “Have some sympathy fuh me. Put me down easy, Janie, Ah’m a cracked plate” (Hurston 20).
She was very jovial and extremely multi talented. She was a warrior for Christ; having fought many battles both in and out of church. She was resilient and stood out for righteousness; holiness was her watchword and song. She had a discerning spirit and could not be fooled easily. Mommy believed in prayer; she covered her children before they leave for school and was very supportive and dedicated to the noon prayer that was started by Daddy at the Post Office.
Annie becomes frustrated and constantly blames Julie for being a bad influence on Peter. For this costume design project, I have selected Annie, Peter (for two different costumes), and Julie. Annie is a suburban housewife in her late 50’s who is extremely protective over her son. She dreams of Peter graduating as a business major to work in his father’s firm. Her desires are for Peter to live a steady and successful life.
To what extent is the protagonist conditioned by social and physical environment. Rules of the Game is a short story from a critically acclaimed The Joy Luck Club book. The author, Amy Tan, focus is on the strained relationship between an immigrant mother and her American born daughter. The narrator describes her encounter at the marketplace with her mom who taught her the art of invincible strength. She explains how her mother termed it as a strategy for winning arguments, respect from others stating that the strongest wind never meets the eye.
For example, at the end of the story after she won she was running every which way, hugging people and yelling, “I did it! I did it!” She was very satisfied with herself. I know I would be very pleased if I were Lupe and knowing how hard I worked to get to there would make me feel even better. This illustrates that, hard work pays off because if she wasn’t determined to do good at her tournament she wouldn’t have been able to feel so good about herself. Also, if I were Lupe, I would only feel good about myself if I won, and that’s exactly what she did which definitely shows she had to work hard to get there.
Family or soccer? She ended up going to the wedding, but she seemed really sad and her friend Tony was going to sneak her off to play soccer, but this time she had her dad 's approval since there was so many people no one would notice, and he saw how Jess was really good at soccer before it wasn’t a big deal This movie it showed that Jess took a bold move by disobeying her parents and followed her dreams instead by sneaking off to play soccer, going to Germany for the finals, and missing bits of her sister 's wedding for soccer. It also showed how she was determined to accomplish her goal,and that she might be indian but she can be a less traditional Indiana girl by playing a sport that was “made for
Deenie The first main characters name is Deenie and her three traits are stubborn, independent, and kind. she is an average girls as she would say but her mother would say she was born with a beautiful face that she needs to put to good use Deenie's mother often says god gave you a pretty face for a reason. Deenie goes to school the same as any other kid but she often gets to skip school for auditions. These auditions are for modeling jobs Deenies mother is always setting up interviews for deenie but deenie does not want to model but she wiud never tell her mother that. Deenie has been getting told by all the modeling agencies that her posture is not very good and one hip is higher than the other deenies mother is blaming her but Deenie can't help It because she has a condition called scoliosis Deenie has to go to multiple doctors to figure that out and get the proper treatments Deenies mother is devastated because with this condition she has to wear a brace that she has to wear for four year she absolutely hates this brace and will not wear it eventually she learns to deal with it but it is a struggle.
This emotion causes people to do all sorts of things that they might regret later on as portrayed in Louisa May Alcott’s Novel, “Little Women”. After Josephine ignored her sister Amy for burning her book, both sisters felt awful for what they did. Theodore Laurence implored Margaret for forgiveness because he pulled a harsh prank that hurt her. Mr. Laurence regretted not having a good relationship with his son because of a silly fight that drifted the family apart. This feeling of regret teaches a person to learn, grow and flourish into a stable, patient
Even in the toughest situations, the hardest cross-country workouts, Kelsey is able to bring out the fun in a situation. As I came to learn more about Kelsey, I couldn’t help but gain an appreciation for her incredible mental capacity and depth of character; not only is she wicked smart, she is also amazingly humble and supportive of others. Though she obviously takes pride in every undertaking, she refuses to brag about any of her accomplishments if she runs the risk
Consequently, Alex reasons with herself and Conner, as both of them are desperate to complete the Wishing Spell. More importantly,“ I just don`t want mom to worry. The longer we`re here, the longer she`s going to be home”(page 249). This means that not only is Alex concerned for herself, she is also worried for her overly busy mother. Morever, her desperation and courage is even more fired up, because she is enthusiastic to go home and go back to being the smart alec in their class.
Then after that, Lupe practiced against her brother and easily beat him, then played her brothers friend Alfonso-who is supposed to be a champ- and beat him easily. Also the story said “Lupe worked so hard that one day, While she was drying dishes, her mother asked why her thumb was swollen. Then later on when she got to the park once she took her glove off someone asked “How can you play with a broken thumb,”that has to take hard work to have that much muscle. If people think you have broken thumb you have to be a hard working
Hard work and determination is something that can take you far in life. For some kids in America, hard work and determination is what it takes to get to the Scrips National spelling bee. Angela, a young girl from Perryton, Texas has one thing in mind, winning the spelling bee. Angela has two immigrant parents. Angela’s dad cannot even speak English, but her mom is a self-taught English speaker.