Omar A. Reyes Terry Whitman COM: 300 5 June, 2011 From small town to the Twin Cities To start off, I should say that my childhood was as different as you can imagine from other kids around my life in Guatemala. When I was four years old, my mother decided to move from Quetzaltenango (my home town) back to Guatemala City. From there everything was uphill for my mother, as my father was an alcoholic and the only thing that he could provide was trouble. My mother always had been very independent; she never asked or waited until someone else could put food on the table. Even today she is a photographer, she runs a guest house, and she is always taking care of her family.
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Shannon Lambers circumstances are as follows: she is 15 years of age she goes to Ellowes Hall Sports College and is at this time in her last year which is year 11 she is currently a teenager, Shannon has two brothers and 4 sisters, she lives with her mom and step dad, she only lives 20-25minutes away from school, she walks to school and she has a packed lunch. Shannon doesn’t really get given any money. I think that she is not under any stress at the time being; Shannon doesn’t really have any hobbies or interests she just enjoys going out with her friends, however, she does like doing basketball in school and does tournaments when there is some. Shannon Lambers preferences are as follows: Shannon likes most sports and is very competitive in games such as football, netball, basketball etc… but she doesn’t like swimming. Shannon prefers to work with friends rather then do things individual as I think she doesn’t like to be on her own.
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Diana and her daughter-in-law, both attended public school, but after finishing their school, Diana didn’t go to any college. She didn’t choose any professional career. Kate became a student at Saint Andrews, in 2001 where she met Prince William. While in her first year at the university, she was placed in the dormitory St. Salvators Hall, which was the same building as Prince William. Kate and William took several classes in their course schedule together as well, and soon became friends.
Her family structure is different than any typical Asian American household because her parents don’t communicate with each other. The reason her mother immigrated to the United States, was because her father saved her from a tragedy that happened during the time he was at China. Ying-Ying never said or objected anything from her husband because when she was younger, she grew up with her baby sitter, Amah, telling her to “never ask, only listen” (pg. 70). Throughout Ying-Ying’s life, she never expressed herself and was quiet most of the time, even around her daughter who was the only person she was able to communicate to in the house.
Non-fictional analysis of Ann Romney’s Ann Lois Romney (maiden name: Davies), April 16. 1949. Born in the Detroit area. Today she is married to Mitt Romney and together they have five sons and 18 grandchildren. Ann Romney grew up in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, where she went to Kingswood Private School, the sister school to the school Mitt was attending.
The sibling of the child are that she has a baby sister name Alejandra Romero, she’s barley five months of age. Her mother is a really young mother she twenty years old her name is Karen Marquez she doesn’t work at all but she attends school and she’s a full students at Los Angeles Mission School. Her mother major is Child Development. The child’s father he works at construction (making pools) his name is Alejandro Romero. His age is twenty-five years old.
Here in American’s culture, is just teacher and student, nothing more. If a teacher ever or student ever gets involve with each other, legal problems can start. But in Guatemala is normal for a teacher to date a student, and nothing happens, no one’s gets sued or goes to jail. When I went to Guatemala two years ago, I went to a high school there; it’s called "instituto". once we were in the instituto, I asked my uncle who is a teacher there, about this one girl who I thought was way pretty; he told me that she had a boyfriend, so I told him that who was it, my uncle replay saying "is that teacher while pointing at some old guy", I was like "wow" but it was
The Children’s Hour - Reflection Marlene Strong Bethel University Monday, April 14, 2014 20th Century American Drama – HUM 102 Ms. Dale Williams, Facilitator The Power of Lies Reflection Paper “The Children's Hour”, written by “Lillian Florence Hellman (1905-1984), she was an only child, born into an upper middle-class family that prefigured the character relationships of many of her plays" (Levy, W., 1999, pg. 353). Despite Ms. Hellman’s father being an immigrant and her mother being a descendant from an established Alabama family, their marriage proved to be successful throughout all of their difficulties. Ms. Hellman had her share of life experiences. In fact, according to Levy, W., (1999), “until she was sixteen she lived half of the year with her spinster aunts, her father’s sisters, in New Orleans, and the other half with her parents on the Upper West Side of Manhattan in New York City” (pg.