Just like any other family he had a mother, a father, and two older brothers. But, after a while things turn horrid. Dave most certainly did not live in paradise anymore, far, far from it actually. While his father is making a living working as a firefighter his mother turns to alcohol, this is when she starts to treat Dave like the family pet that nobody loved. She forced him to sleep in the garage.
However, their family backgrounds are from the working poor. Many of the boys grew up in a household where their parents had low paying jobs that provided enough to make it without governmental assistance. Their parents held jobs such as babysitting, assembling computer parts, construction, and a nursing aide. Out of all of the Hallway Hangers, only Stoney’s mother graduated from high school and none of their parents went to or graduated from college. Another common theme that is found throughout Ain’t No Makin’ It, is the absence of the father within the household.
The things that we dream of having one day are not always what the reality will be. The family’s first home was located on Loomis Street. They lived in an apartment on the third floor where the “water pipes broke and the landlord wouldn’t fix them because the house was too old” (147). It seems as though the landlord has no consideration for the basic needs the family, so they had to leave the home. They lived uncomfortably and “would have to use the washroom next door and [carry] water over in empty milk gallons” (147).
A patient cannot be discharged to a home or place that is unsafe for the patient to be around. Since he has limited mobility, he has a high chance of falling with no one around to help until a member of his family or a housekeeper would find him on the floor. A1b. The team that will take care of the patients discharge would be the case manager, the dietician, the pharmacist, primary nurse, physical therapist, and physician. A2.
It is a replication of the media's fantasy of the "real man" (tough guise). As the dominant male figure, he strives only for these few things but rarely succeeds in getting them because his wife makes most of the household decisions. During the entire episode, Ray is only seen doing housework once. Unfortunately, he is completely clueless as to what to do and Debbie has to take over. This clearly shows that even though Ray is the dominant one in the house, he is not required to do thing pertaining to housework and childcare.
Wes Moore, whose mother places him in private school, feels stuck between two words: his rich classmates and the kids in the neighborhood. He finds his place when he got send to military school. At first, he hates the military school, but after a few month of being discipline by the sergeants, he orients his goal and learns always to be calm after he gets hit in the face while walking with his friend. Wes Moore has success his goal by being the first black Rhodes Scholar to come out of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. When Moore on his mission to learns Africa culture, he begins to know about the different between the two cultures.
Review of “The kind of light that shines on Texas” This is a story about an African American boy in a white elementary school in Waco, Texas, after his father goes to Vietnam. The first line of the story indicates Clint’s active dislike for one of his African American classmates, Marvin Pruitt. His reasons for this dislike are also extremely clear: Marvin is dark-skinned, smells bad, and is two grades behind. Clint largely ignores a second African American classmate, Ah-so, a heavyset girl, who is also behind in school, but obviously not stupid; she simply refuses to speak. Their sixth-grade teacher, Mrs. Wickham, makes little effort to hide her racism.
This story took place in the 1950’s with an poor African American family. They live in a small apartment and even have to share a bathroom with their neighbors. They do not even all have their own rooms to sleep in. They are a family though and they do get through these hard times together even though it is very hard. Everyone in the family has a different dream and very little money to fulfill all of them.
 Itachi spent much of his time researching the history of the village from the writings their ancestors left behind.  Because no other child his age cared about the ancestors of the village, Itachi grew up isolated from his peers to the point he didn't even care about being liked or even making friends. His isolation seemed to extend to even his own family as he rarely had dinner with them and his own father Fugaku, couldn't figure him out. During the Nine-Tails' attack on Konoha, Itachi was left alone to take care of his infant brother Sasuke and promised to protect him no matter what.  When the Nine-Tails found its way to the Uchiha district, Itachi ran with Sasuke, determined to get him safe from harm.
That house was not a well house to live in, especially with all of my brothers. My mom would work at St. Paul’s Home and live both Nick and I at home with my brother. Of course, this was before the other two came along. My mother was very big on keeping me safe. There was a window by the living room that I was not allowed to pass, but my brothers were.