She is the only one to truly take notice and acknowledge Adeline for her share as an individual in the family. For most of Adeline’s life, she was made to feel unwanted and unimportant, and furthermore made her hold a low position in her family. It is Aunt Baba who reverently saves all of Adeline’s reports and commendations. ‘As soon as I heard Aunt Baba’s footsteps, I started feeling better immediately’ (page 91). Adeline knows that Aunt Baba is someone who sincerely ‘cares for her’ and ‘believes in’ her, which has thus heartens her to put more effort into her learning.
My role model, When you have a role model it is someone you look up to or someone you hope to be like when you're older. For me, my role model is my mom. I chose her as my role model because she's forgiving, athletic, hardworking, and inspiring. My mom has raised me and always tried her hardest at everything she has never given up on anything, including me. My mom is my role model because no matter what happens she's always forgiving.
Throughout the book you can tell the major difference between each of their relationships with their parents. “Tinkerbell can make it on her own,” Dad said. “She’s like my brave little girl. You are brave and ready for adventure, right?”(Walls, 17). Rex Walls, Jeanette’s father is really loving towards her.
“Living alone and impotent in an inimical world.” The person I choose to reflect my theory on is Shantay Fields. She is not my biological sister, but my mother has raised her since she was a baby and my mother is all she knew. So, I consider her being my biological sister since my mother raised her. I chose Shantay above others because she is an outstanding single mother to a smart, wonderful, and bright sixteen year old daughter by the name of Tatyana Fields. She had her daughter at a young age and with no help from her father, she did it all by herself.
The Person I admire “Do unto others as you will have them do unto you” is the philosophy my mother lives by and taught us. Melissa Stoute is the person I admire the most. Born on November 16th 1956, my mother was destined to be a great life model and inspire others especially her children. We have a great relationship and she is very inspiring. My mother lives a very simple life and although she is not famous or the future president of America I love and admire her dearly.
Mrs. Sommer has sacrificed too much for her family and this is just a little bit that she could enjoy. Apparently Mrs. Sommer doesn’t want to abandon her family neither abandon her personal identity while fulfilling the role of a wife and a mother. The story's ambiguous ending suggests that the struggle is one that continues to be encountered by women. Most of the mother always sacrificed for their family and they barely
With her father being absent from her life she did not grow up with a father figure, which could have had a big influence on her as well. I know as a young adult my father has helped me grow as a person just as much as my mother has, if not more. He still shows me more and more how to be me, he has shown me to live, laugh and love like every day is going to be my last. My mother shows my how to love my lover or the love of my life. She has taught me how to be a wonderful wife and mother when that time comes.
As the product of a single parent family, I can say beyond a shadow of a doubt, that the life of a single parent is not easy. In hindsight, I will say that the most challenging task of a single mother, is having to present her child or children with the idea that everything is under control, despite her personal tribulations and discomfort that she may face on a daily basis. I consider that despite her hardships, my mother has done an excellent job; and I make this statement not by whim, but by the very fact that I often find myself celebrating the successes of my mother, rather than wishing that I had a father present during my childhood years. For me, mother’s day was a day of only partial celebration, as my mother assumed the role as both mother and father in my life. As a kid, I found myself giving my mother gifts even on father’s day.
Now I’m happily married thank God, and have a beautiful and healthy daughter. I only care about the welfare of my family and try to teach my daughter respect, love, and the value of family. Since my mother was separated from my father she has not married again and take care my Grandmother, also helps me a lot with my daughter. My mother always recommends me to protect and care about my marriage. Now days I see young woman like me who are trying to find a good man.
She had to work two jobs to support her family. In spite of the hardships and difficulties, she always looked at the positive in things. When times got hard, she somehow kept a smile on her face. When I think back on all that she had to go through while raising us, I am truly amazed. I could never understand how she did it all by herself; however, she managed to keep her family together.