Just use pure coconut oil many times a day on your own lips to keep them damp. Olive oill can be also used by you. 5. Castor Oil Castor oil is just another great treatment for chapped and dry lips. You can even create a soothing treatment using a couple of globules of fresh lemon juice, one teaspoon of glycerin plus one teaspoon of castor oil.
“Her mother went scuffling around the house in old bathroom slippers…”( Oates 616). Connie’s mother is an image of the future Connie doesn't want -the life of a domestic housewife. Lastly, you can see that Connie has a love-hate relationship with her other, with whom she identifies, but at the same time she has to distance herself from her mother in order to establish her independence; “Sometimes, over coffee, they were almost friends, but something would come up – some vexation that was like a fly buzzing suddenly around their heads – and their faces went hard with contempt.” ( Oates
In the story Where are you going, where have you been Connie, her mother and sister all have competitive relationships. Her mother says “Stop gawking at yourself.Who are you? You think you are so pretty?” to Connie after seeing Connie look at her own face maybe because her mother 's “looks were gone and that was why she was after Connie”(Oates 1). Her mother is jealous of her daughter, and because of that their relationship is weak. This is shown by the author’s choice of tone and usage of rhetorical phrases emphasizing on the point that their relationship is not family like.
In Jamaica Kincaid’s “Girl”, a very short story written in one single paragraph, is advice from a mother to her daughter on how to be a lady. As the reader, I felt overwhelmed reading all of the do’s and don’t’s the narrator tells her daughter “this is how to sew on a button; this is how to make a buttonhole for the button you have just sewed on;”(p.320) Perhaps Kincaid purposely wrote this story in one large paragraph to make the reader feel as stressed out with all this information as the daughter did. Although, the narrator never tells a place or time, her advice depicts where this story takes place. For example, “don’t sing Benna in Sunday school; this is how you grow okra; this is how to make a pepper pot;” (p.320-321) evidently,
Like I said earlier, she is very supportive in the fields of dance and daily life. Lastly, my mom is loving which is the last reason that she deserves the Marvelous Mother award. I love my mother and I cherish her for these reasons. “A mother is she who can take the place of all others, but whose place no one else can take.”-
“Tell that to my daughters’ My mother would address the screen as if none of us were there to hear.”[Pg.41] She uses her mother's sarcasm to get her point across to try to teach adolescent girls that beauty is not everything and that beauty will fade with time but your inner beauty just keeps getting better with time. Another example of her use of verbal irony is shown through the passage of, “My mother would inevitably shake her head & say ‘Truth is Americans believe in democracy-even in looks” Through this she tries to explain that there is never a cookie cutter in beauty, that they are fine they way they are, whether it be short with frizzy hair or tall with slick hair, they are beautiful the way they
 She goes on to say that she wants someone who understand that her sexual needs may pertain to monogamy, but the wife must stay faithful. With the use of pathos in this paragraph showing how rough it is for the wife the readers feel for Brady, and take her side. In paragraph two Brady uses pathos to connect with the reader through her emotions. She begins by using sarcasm to show how she feels about her friend that is fresh off a divorce, who does not have custody of his child, and is looking for a new wife while his ex-wife must deal with the child. She also uses humor with the sarcasm to almost ease the reader into the article and get them hooked into the reading.
Every single sentence that shows in this story a conversation between a mother and her daughter. The mother is telling and giving advice to her daughter about the correct and incorrect ways to do everything, from house chores, to how to act in society, and how to take care men…etc. However, if we just read the first two or three lines of beginning, we kind of image that the mother is cruel to her daughter. She kept ordering her young girl to follow her instruction without fail. Fortunately, after reading throughout the story, we can see that the mother just wants her daughter to become a good and helpful woman.
Girl is a replica of a one sided conversation between a mother to her daughter; the mother advices and warns her daughter on what a girl her age should and shouldn’t do. The story starts out with a demand which continues on to a laundry list of chores and duties. The tone remains formal
She is a dermatologist who recommends ladies in their teenage and late 20’s with skin near their eye dry to apply these creams daily in order to soften and make their eye skin lighter and prevent any infection which is associated with dry skin. If applied as recommended, when someone is in his or her 30’s they will be looking younger because their skin will be moist like that of a 1 year baby. The fine skin lines will be seen because the skin is moist and the wrinkles will not be
Sue Monk Kidd, author of The Secret Life of Bees, symbolizes the Boatright’s pink house as a spinner that leaves in the positive and removes the negative. For instance, “‘It separates out the honey,’ she said. ‘Takes out the bad stuff, leaves in the good. I’ve aways thought how nice it would be to have spinners like this for human beings. Just toss them in the let the spinner do its work’” (77).