The subject for my paper is my mother, Sharon Marie Peterson. She was born April 21st, 1954 in Starkville, MS to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bell. Since her mother was her father’s second wife, she was his fourth child and her mother’s second since their first child was premature and did not live. She lived with her parents in Starkville, Mississippi for a short period of time. Since there were no jobs in the area her dad decided to move to Maywood, Illinois to pursue a better job career.
They pushed her so far that she got tired of it and said to them respectfully, I like all the great advice all of you are giving me but I need to learn myself and I can manage I have a four year old and have done a great job but if I need help I WILL let you know. I believe this is a good way to handle these types of situations. In conclusion, by following these helpful tips you will be successful in the ministry and be a better helper for your husband. Also by being a great team together with our husbands and taking time of trouble and seeing the best of it and adjusting to new locations we will serve God better and show our children that it is worth going into the ministry.
I have noticed that ever since I have started college, I have gotten closer to my mother mostly and little more with my father. We still bicker with one another, but that is normal. Overall, I believe that healthy and bad relationships shape the person you are today and even though it can be too much to handle at times God is always there and has a plan for
Her final important life moment was when she found out her second child was handicapped and would need care for the rest of his life. It changed her life in many ways, she became a full-time caregiver, her heart was broken, and she said it also “made her thankful for Logan (her first child) to be healthy and able to live
Unfortunately, his new-found joy did not last long as his sister Sarah died in childbirth on January 20, 1828.In 1830 the Lincoln family decided to leave Indiana in hopes of a better future in Illinois. It was soon thereaft... ... middle of paper ... ... heard this only in connection with the name Lincoln." --Leo Tolstoy (1828-1910)"In the days before antiseptic surgery, Lincoln had foreshadowed his own demise; his efforts to preserve the life of the nation had been successful at the cost of its strongest limb." (p 446)My View on the BookI found this book interesting and was surprised it was not another documentary style written biography. It was actually interesting to read due to Oates’ creative writing style.
James Byron Dean came into this world on February 8, 1931 in Marion, Indiana. His parents, Winton Dean and Mildred Wilson had no idea the legacy their son would leave behind-or that he would leave the world so soon. His father lived a life of farming before James came along, but once he did, his dad became a dentist. Not only did he switch occupations, six years after doing so, he packed up the family and relocated them to Santa Monica, California. As far as Dean's schooling went, he attended Brentwood Public School in Santa Monica, California.
The Book "The Juror" was based around the 1970's, in a small Mississippian town called Clanton, (Now even though it was the 70's segregation was still pretty big in Mississippi) The book starts off by telling about the main character, Willie Traynor. Willie went to collage and during his last year he dropped out. So he went to his grandmother who gave him the money to buy the newspaper in a small town call Clanton, Mississippi, that he had always wanted to buy. So after getting the money Willie moves to Clanton, and buys the newspaper. Also living in the town of Clanton was Rhoda Kassellaw, and Danny Padgett.
They lived in Tuskegee and owned farmland of their own. After Sylvester was born, Rosa's little brother, her father left them and went off to live in another town. He had been cheated out of his farmland by a white man and couldn't support the family any longer. Rosa her mother and her brother then moved to live with her grandparents on a farm in Pinelevel, which lay between Tuskegee and Montgomery, Alabama. It was a small plot of land, but it kept them all fed.
His mother was a school teacher was but was always traveling to find employment with better wages. Young James Langston Hughes was never in one place for long, after his parents’ divorce he went to live with his grandmother in Lawrence, Kansas until he was thirteen years old. Much of the author’s work can be attributed to his grandmother as she was very influential to him. She would tell him stories of how black people faugh to be liberated and treated equally. His grandmother taught him how to use his sadness to his advantage (Langston Hughes, 1997-2010).
Cathy has aged gracefully, and I honestly hope I can do the same. She has taught me to carry on when life gets hard. She lost her step-son and her husband within 4 months of each other. The doctors diagnosed her daughter with dementia only a few months after all this happened. Rather than shutting down and falling into a depression, she decided to take action.