It was a struggle at first when they couldn’t find the right kind of sand to make art with, and when they finally did, it was almost too expensive. Kseniya practiced for four to five hours a day for three months in a small house they had rented. In 2009 Kseniya presented a sand story called “Circus” and was chosen as one of the 50 competitors of “Ukraine’s Got Talent” semi-final. During the show she performed a story about the Great Patriotic War which got her into the finals. She became a winner of the show after her performance of the story about not forgetting your mother and father in the finals.
Some people thought of me as a prankster and risk taker. At the age of five, I was stricken with polio but managed to make a full recovery, I still had a slight stutter but that was fine. My mother raised me as a single parent. I never knew my father; a private in the United States Army during World War II. My mother worked long 12 hours days so I made sure to cook, clean, and everything else so I could be as much of a help to her as possible, I even did the laundry.
The Book That I read this summer was Star Girl by Jerry Spinelli. This Book was published by Laurel- Leaf. Star Girl was published in the year 2000 and contains 186 pages. This book is a realistic fiction. This Book focuses on Leo Borlock's junior year at Mica Area High School in Mica, Arizona, and Stargirl's impact on his life.
Our homecoming pep-rally and the float parade had begun on Friday. All week students prepared the halls with decorations to compete for first place in the homecoming competitions. Among the decorations there were categories such as best float, best gym poster, and best painted window on a downtown store. After the voting the game had begun. Following the game would result in the celebration party that ended in a complete massacre that no one from Crandon will ever forget.
My brother and I stayed at my Grandpa’s house most of the time she was up there mostly only going home to sleep and get ready for school the next day, it was weird and confusing but my grandpa was good at getting our minds off of things and keeping our spirits up when he needed to. While my grandmother was in the hospital, my brother and I didn’t get to go see her, we were either too young to go in or my parents didn’t think we should see her that way, I can’t remember. When she finally came home, they said the disease was gone but she was still very sick. She looked completely different and she was very weak. They had started her on chemotherapy, and from what I understand
Maybe to others this isn't very heroic, but to this particular student, John Tu changed his life. As a whole, the class idolized Ms. Gruwell. She was everyone's hero, and she deserved it. At the beginning of her students freshman year, she was told they were all "unteachable." Being the person she is, she set out to prove everyone wrong.
I was an only child by then, so she was my partner always. As I grew, I stopped paying attention to Wanda, because I was too worried with school, friends and my two baby siblings, so she became more a nuisance than a loved pet. June of 2009 my father told me that my dog had cancer, and that she would not live more than six months. From that day on every free time I had, I was with her. Playing, caressing her, or just sitting by her side.
After I graded myself I then asked others what they would grade me in each role. In every case they gave me a better grade than I gave myself. I graded myself in the roles of wife, sister, daughter, homeowner, and pet owner. On March 10, 2011 I became a wife. I try to be the best and most loving wife I can be, but I feel as if I’m failing in this.
I tried going to alternative school while working and pregnant but that did not last but a semester either. I was to worried about what my child’s father was doing that I also quit going to that school. Six months after having my first child I ended up pregnant with my second one. I knew from then that I had no chance of ever going back. So I got married at 17 and started just playing the house wife and mom, till it came to me having to find a job.
While many single mothers worry too much or regret decisions during their children childhood they are satisfied with the result and the out come of there children by the actions their children make after they grown out of their childhood In “I stand here ironing” a mother depicts her first child to have a bad early childhood by making the wrong decision not by choice but simply what got handed to them in a urban world. “She was a miracle to me but when she was eight months old I had to leave her daytimes with the woman downstairs to whom she was no miracle at all, for I worked or looked for work and for Emily’s father who “could no longer endure sharing want with us.”” Narrator did not want leave her child with the downstairs neighbor, but to provide the little she could to her child she made scarifies due to been a one parent family. She did all she could even with the father figure leaving to irrelevant discussion on his part. When she sees the development of her child thru the years she gets warmth never felt. “Now suddenly she was Somebody, and as imprisoned in her difference as she had in anonymity.” In the narrators point of view her child was an outcast, a nobody, but when she got the call from her daughter it seem the sun finally started to shine in her daughter path, she was free.