Imagery, similes, and metaphors, that are very well used in section 1- 4, is when Esperanza takes time to describe the different types of hair all the members of her family has. She describes her own as “ lazy,” hair that never seems to do what she wants. Her father’s hair looks like a broom, while Carlo’s is full of hair and straight. Nenny’s is slippery, and Kiki’s is like fur, while her mother's is like candy circles and smells like fresh bread. She finds comfort in her mother’s hair.
I mean really, she has the worst shot ever and she cannot dribble the ball to the other goal. She wears that phoniest jewelry and clothes. She thinks her clothes are like the new trend everyone has to be following. She wears the same five things like her life depended on her wearing them all the time. Her jewelry is like saying some took sparkles and threw them up all over her.
The pageant moms pay hundreds of dollars to have the “best of the best” spray their child down with a can of orange spray paint. As any toddler would, the princesses usually scream and pout and resist all attempts at being hosed down until their mothers promise them a brand new pony after it’s all over. After having their skin damaged beyond repair from the chemicals of a spray tan, they move on to their nails. The whole family joins the beauty queen in receiving her full spa treatment complete with manicure, pedicure and massage. I mean how could we expect a four year old to deal with the stress of a pageant without a full body massage?
She identifies as Mexican American. It was really hard for her to think of what was her favorite movie because she enjoys all movie genres. She is a sophomore with a junior standing and is planning to major in Psychology and minor in Chicano Latino Studies, but she is thinking about switching to Social Work. Her birthday is September fourth, nineteen ninety seven. She loves to eat Mole (chicken), and a fun fact about her is that she does not eat any type meat with cartilage or bone.
She asks the preacher," Since I'm ten years old, you should tell me 10 things about my mama. Then agrees to do it. The ten things were: She was funny, she had red hair and freckles, she likes to plant things, she could run fast, she couldn't cook, she loves stories, she knew all the constellations, she hated being the preachers wife because the women from
After her best friend Terri is introduced, she explains all the things they did together and the events that occur where the young girl realizes Terri isn’t really a good friend. Like every teenage girl, Serros was insecure about the way she looked and conceded herself ugly because of her nose.
In this story Panttaja says it is both mothers that are wicked. Panttaja states the real mother “plots and schemes, and she wins” (Panttaja 660) when it comes to fulfilling the wishes of Ashputtle. But actually the two mothers have the same goal in mind; to have their daughters married off and have a joyful life. To be able to do this, the real mother puts a charm on the prince to make him fall in love with Ashputtle instead of anyone else. The prince did not dance with anyone else all night and would always say “she is my partner” (Grimm 630).
Midas Burger’s chicken sandwiches are to die for. The buns are so fresh it’s like they melt in your mouth. The secret though, is in the preparation - each fresh, never frozen piece of skinless, boneless chicken breast is hand battered with their special herbs and spices. The chicken is always extremely juicy, and that’s not even the cherry on top. What makes the chicken sandwich is the chicken sauce, which can only be found locally; people are definitely missing out on that.
She compares her mother's hair to candy circles. These words create images of perfect hair that takes time to get to it's very best. 3) The narrator says that the relationship between girls and boys s not a good because she says outside of the house they can't be caught even talking to eachother.
In the 1970's there was a lady who everyone knew, her name was Pepper. She was short with black hair, and in her hair always a silk flower. She wore the reddest lipstick and to this day I have never even seen a shade close to it. She wore colorful smocks, and on the breast pocket, a real town Marshall badge. Pepper was very talkative, so much so that I thought she must have had to breathe through her ears.