For example, when I was five years old, she already sends me to school until now in university. She also always tell to stop worrying about things that are going on at home and stay focus on my study, because there is nothing I can do about things happening at home while I am down here in my study. Another thing is, my mother gives my family comfortable home. She is the one who always with me to keep clean our home and prepare any foods for my family. As a conclusion, my mother is my blessed gift in my life.
She shows her children a lot of love and attention and she works hard to be a good mother. Loving, hardworking, and a great parent best describe her. LaRhonda Anderson is a loving person. She never treats me wrong and she has a good heart. Also LaRhonda always helps her friends or siblings that are in need of help.
Major stereotypes were filled in (give year). She also explained how her manners and being kind to others led her to the lord who took care of her. This represented her roots and how culture came to part of her lifestyle and how she incorporated it into her life. Throughout her stories one thing stayed consistent, this was her consistent showing of respect. Reflection Reading the story of Charity Anderson was a real privilege because it showed me how your entire life can reflect upon your morals.
Even though she had made bad choices, and had been through tough situations. Mandy always seemed to have a positive attitude. She seemed to pend on a lot of situations that I feel make her a good mother. She always had her baby’s best interest in mind; which brought her to the place she really needed. In the end her and her baby got the help they were looking for, and were adopted into the family.
Shari makes it her obligation to always ask questions about the history of her ancestors. She loves her culture and would not change it for the world. Shari is very appreciative and blessed to be part of a culture with so much history. Shari longs for the day when she will have children and be able to teach them the customs and life style of Haiti’s culture. To conclude, no matter a person’s background, his or her family has an important tradition(s) that is held close to the heart.
So after I cook and we eat, she cleans up and does the dishes. We don’t have to ask each other to do so, we just grew to know that is our ritual. I would say one negative conflict ritual I have is between my sister and I. I would say that we are close as in always there for each other and I still see her everyday. We live close to each other and talk all the time. We also butt heads once in a while and get on each other’s nerves.
Mama finally stands up to Dee and realizes the beauty in Maggie. Mama is a simple woman. She has worked hard her entire life and has done the best to support her family. Although Mama may not agree with Dee, it seems as if she is caught up in Dee’s opinions and behavior. Almost as if she wants to be enough for Dee because she knows she never has been.
The mother is so happy and fortunate that she can provide all these necessities for her child. It’s a feeling that is indescribable. In conclusion, Collins use of imagery and tone, demonstrates that a mother’s love and nurture she provides for her child is non-repayable, but showing love and gratitude for one’s mother is enough to bring a smile to her
She respected him and served him. However, he was very supportive towards her career as a midwife. At home, day after day, there were meals to cook, cows to milk, fires to build, dishes and clothes to wash. Watching the film after a while, Ballard received help with some housework “As the daughters got older it was advantage for Martha because she can go and deliver babies which paid a lot of money” (Hist-201-003, classnotes, October22, 2013). Ballard
She even stays home in order to prepare the dinner but, never the less, she thanks her family for this wonderful day with tears in her eyes. The author emphasizes that the family is conscious about the mother’s role in their life by using inversion to describe it: “how much Mother had done for us for years, and all the efforts and that sacrifice she had made for our sake”. Also he shows the importance of Mother’s Day with the help of comparison “A day just like Xmas” and epithet “such a big occasion”.