Banana Pudding Research Paper

783 Words4 Pages
According to Dictionary.com defines the word serve as “to give assistance; be of use; help.”
It is easy for me to help my friends, however, I usually put my needs last. I have no problem taking my friends clothes and food shopping, putting the groceries away, even cleaning their home. I have encouraged my friends to continue their education, watch their children, review their papers and offer suggestions for their assignments.
As a granddaughter of a pastor, I watched my grandparents help the people within their community. They would feed anyone who came to their home. They didn’t have much, but what they had, they shared with those who were less fortunate. My grandparents always lent a helping hand to those who were in need by allowing people
…show more content…
They are constantly making demands of me to pick items up from the bakery, preparing food and create forms/spreadsheets. One of the men begged me to prepare banana pudding, which I consented to prepare. I satisfied his wish for banana pudding without any acknowledgment no appreciation at all. Later in the week, a few of the men expressed their appreciation for the pudding. I understand that a few men did not appreciate my time and effort, but I must remind myself the real reason I made the banana pudding, to appease the men and not myself.

Currently, my diagnosis is a complex regional pain disorder, “also called reflex sympathetic dystrophy syndrome, is a chronic pain condition in which high levels of nerve impulses are sent to an affected site. Experts believe that CRPS occurs as a result of dysfunction in the central or peripheral nervous system. It affects women more than men. There is no cure for CRPS.”
On March 25, 2017, I went to Marshall’s/Home Goods department store in Doylestown, Pennsylvania to return items and shop for my vacation. I stopped in the luggage department, and started reading the pamphlet on a 28-inch hard case piece of luggage when luggage fell on the hand holding the pamphlet.

After the accident, I felt helpless, having to depend on my friends to help me with everyday task. The agonizing matter to overcome since the accident was learning to type, writing and cooking using the injured
Open Document