Gemma is extremely proud of her accomplishment; “This is my family”(Yolen 178), is what she often boasts. Her wishes for the child had come true, and the child lived well. This makes Becca unembarrassed of her grandmother’s boastings after knowing herself wouldn’t have lived if Gemma hadn’t gave birth to her mother. After knowing her grandmother had been through such difficulty Becca is no longer depressed, but rejoices that her grandmother no longer has to be burdened by her secret past. For this, Becca is displayed as tolerant by not denying her grandmother’s past.
They do not harm people and still are condemned socially. For me, being trisomic doesn’t mean abnormal, my sister is special in her own way and she is making it into this world with all the support of her beloved ones. She fights every day to thrive and sometimes I just wish some people had less chromosomes so that they would be better persons. She’s very social and does all what other children do. My family and I learnt quickly that my sister’s birth was not a beginning of despair, but the beginning of laughter, overweening love & life’s lessons.
She always slept through the night, never cried, never got sick, and always the happiest baby. Things got easier along the way and my family helped me out as much as they can. I knew I did not want to be another statics that everyone makes out that ruins the world. I wanted to change the world and prove to single teenage moms that there is nothing stopping them. My daughter has always motivated me to do much more in life.
Before the Battle of Charleston started, the sound of the bells brought happiness to Celia’s life. The bells sound, was unique and brought hope and happiness to Celia everyday. It brought hope and happiness to Celia because the bells reminded her of Jimmy and the peace before the war. “Celia thought she would love the bells as long as she lived, and whenever she went away she would be homesick for them” (Bristow 77). Bristow wanted to prove that the bells played an important role in Garth 's life.
Those who truly know us for who we really are, are the one’s that has made some significant difference in our lives. A parent positive influence is rather best, especially when a mother has affected her child’s life in a positive way. After 20 years of my living i have realized that my mother has always been a great foundation in my life. She has always been a positive influence in my life because she taught me how to find happiness within myself and others, my values ,and determination. Firstly, as a child my mother always told me to keep a smile on my face and be jovial because it will allow you to find peace within yourself and others.
But I don’t think us feel old at all. And us so happy. Matter of fact, I think this the youngest us ever felt.”(295) With her long lost sister, and her kids reunited with her after so much time, there really wouldn’t be any other way to feel besides young again, except for maybe an urge to make up for lost time. Now that she’s being treated like she should be, it should be easier to make up the time to her family, because she can be herself, and be happy about it. That’s saying a lot after all she’s been through, and Celie will surely make the best of her from this point on.
Don't get me wrong, my daughter was wonderful and obedient as a child - with a bit of prompting. As a child she was full of life, effervescence, fun and joy and was just so bubbly she made friends with everyone. During her teen years, both at school and at University, she had a wonderful time, being the first person to gain the distinction of getting her degree with no study at all. However she worked hard for her degree, and we congratulate her for it. Then her Thespian Knight in Shining Armor in the form of the groom came along.
She finally accepts the love when, “After a long time of passive happiness, she got up and opened the window and let Tea Cake mount to the sky on a wind. That was the beginning of things” (Hurston 107). Having finally experienced the love she had always dreamed of, she only enjoyed it for a short while. As she buries the love of her life, “Janie bought him a brand new guitar and put it in his hands” (Hurston 189) she leaves with the satisfaction of knowing true love. Janie is on a quest for love her whole life and when she finds it, it is the best thing to ever happen to her.
Like good looks and money, quickness passed her by"(94). Dee is twice blessed with good looks and brains, and it seems that Maggie gets nothing. Maggie "thinks that her sister ... ... middle of paper ... ...d, she accepts life as its been dealt and does not try to hide her past, like Dee. By helping and living with her everyday, Maggie gives her mother the appreciation she deserves while it is doubtful Mama will ever the words "Thank You" come from Dee's mouth. Most of all, Dee needs to realize her family got her where she is and all she has ever done is shun them.
Although it was the goal of her to avoid getting pregnant, now she finally understands that being a mother is such a wonderful experience that anyone can ever have. Honestly, Taylor loves Turtle with her whole heart and will make Turtle feel safe. Taylor becoming a mother is a great advantage for Turtle because Taylor has very good personalities that will make Turtle a happier girl and eventually get influenced by it.Firstly, Taylor’s car is an important thing that helped Taylor to move out of her little town of Kentucky. Secondly, a memorable event that occurs to Taylor is Turtle’s first-word “bean” because Taylor has made Turtle to feel comfortable enough to talk to Taylor and everyone else. Finally,