It shows a lot in a person when you know that they will be there for you whenever they are needed. My grandmother is a person whom I will always love and strongly admire. Without her life lessons and wisdom on how to love unconditionally, being dependable, avoid stressing over the small stuff, being a hard worker and be sure to make lots of memories with your family and loved ones, I would not be the person I am today. I hope that one day I can be such an admirable person as she was and teach my own children the things she showed me.
Has your family ever taught life lessons you feel you will never need? My family is notorious for life lessons, some more vital than others, but everyone in the family is always judgmental or has many suggestions on how I should do something. My grandmother, who has taught me a great deal, is the most informed person about useless facts. Although my grandmother’s teaching style is eccentric, I have found it is the most useful. It is almost inevitable if I learn something from my grandmother, I will have a use for it later in life.
Her upbringing was totally different, but she made sure to never be that way with me or my brother. Even though my mother is a wonderful person, the way she has disciplined never fails to work the right way. Such as putting all electronics away and just have mother daughter time, no matter what she always gives the needed attention. Also Edith encourages me to make the right decisions without trying to force anything. My mom has always set boundaries and limits, making sure my brother and I do not misbehave.
For as long as my mind can remember, my sister and I have always had difficulty getting along with each other. Being adopted from different families, we were already bound to be diverse from one another but it does not help that we have opposing personalities as well. From tonal volume to the way we reacted to punishments, my sister was determined to get her way and to make sure that everyone knew she was right. To sum it all up, we have never quite seen eye to eye, but through this project I will be acquiring knowledge from other wise writers on how to place our differences aside and learn how to live life to the fullest with her as my friend whether we are near or far. Siblings are a very interesting idea to me because they can be a best friend but they can also be more than that if one so chooses.
She’s still known today to be a very strong and uplifting person. Keller helped many and also encouraged people to be whoever they are inspired to be. She knew it was going to be a very difficult journey but she did it. She lived a long, healthy life helping others. She was a role model to lots of people; not just the deaf and blind.
She was a brave woman in a foreign land and she was someone to look up to. When we got back to the states my mom continued her work as a teacher. She slowly put herself back through school and eventually became a principle. She would always tell me that if I had something I wanted to do, I should never procrastinate or make excuses but just do what needed to be done. After my father passed away, she kept the family together and kept us from crumbling.
Each time, seems to me more mature and made a promise to never mistake again. Now, when I grows up, I will promise to mother to live well to able to reciprocate the thanks she taught me. My mother was not only worry and take care of me, she always by my side when I need her help. I felt sad, my mother always by my side to talk and to console. While I am glad, my mother is always been there to share and listen to me.
This woman was the bond that held my family together, an inspiration to me, and the most influential person in my life. During my growing up years, this amazing woman passed many quality traits on to me. For example; how to keep pushing forward when life knocks you down, and how to complete the most undesirable tasks without complaining. For...
Throughout my life, my mom was has always set the best examples for me. Whether it was her hard work, her love, or her amazing sense of humor and way of making everything better. She is not only my mother, but a helping a hand, my light in the dark, my rock and my best friend. Even through tough times, my mom has always stood strong and got through it all with a smile on her face. She is truly the backbone of my family.
The traditions that we have created are known throughout my entire family and I’m glad that we were both a part of them. She is an extraordinary person and I look forward to all the great memories I still have left with her to create. My Grandma is with out a doubt the most influential person in my life and I’m so grateful for her presence.