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What it Takes to be a Father (597 words, 2 pages)
At the age of 18 my life changed on November 16, 2010, when my first child was born his name is Isaiah Williams. My son being born was the best day of my life, but it was also the most unprepared day of my life. Although we had 9 months ... Read More
The Greatest Moment in My Life: Becoming a Mother (909 words, 3 pages)
Kids bring so much joy to a mothers heart. I can remember like it wasyesterday as a young girl riding around with my mom in our brownOldsmobile car. We would drive around on Sunday afternoons with thewindows rolled down and the wind blowing through our hair, listening tosoft music and ... Read More
Grief and Sense of Loss in Ben Jonson’s On My First Son (1526 words, 5 pages)
On My First Son, written by Ben Jonson about his sons death, demonstrates the typical emotions experienced when a loved one dies grief and a sense of loss overwhelm the person left alive. However, on closer inspection, Jonson is only grieving on a base level and the true intentions behind ... Read More
My Personal Experience Being Pregnant with the Miracle of Life (624 words, 1 pages)
Childbirth Miracle of Life I found out that I was pregnant at 6 weeks when I went to the doctor because I was having severe cramping. I was shocked to say the least when the nurse came back into the room and told me I was pregnant. My pregnancy went ... Read More
A Story of a High School Dropout Beginning College (579 words, 1 pages)
English Ms. Reeves11 June 2001High School Dropout Begins CollegeEvery person who begins a college career has a multitude of reasons for doing so. Some people do it because they are expected to get a college degree. Others do it hoping for a better life than they could have without a ... Read More
Mourning the Loss of My Father to Alzheimer’s While He Was Still Alive (387 words, 1 pages)
Although my father died ten years ago, I felt that he'd been lost to me four years earlier. Dad had been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease, an illness that destroys the memory. He couldn't work any longer, but in his own home he got a long pretty well. I lived hundreds ... Read More
A Look at the Culture of My Family (959 words, 2 pages)
Culture of My FamilyHi, my name is Marina. I came to the US from former USSR, Republic Tadjikistan. Im 31 years old, married and have two boys. The country that I came from is Muslim. Even though we are not Muslims, we kept and followed traditions and culture of this ... Read More
My Personal Experiences on Life and Aids (1033 words, 2 pages)
I've always felt that everybody should be given the opportunity to raise a family. My belief has grown even more since my first child, Trey, was born. He is such a beautiful and magical creature. I wouldn't give him up for the world, but I want to do even more. ... Read More
An Essay on the Culture of My Family (959 words, 2 pages)
Culture of My FamilyHi, my name is Marina. I came to the US from former USSR, Republic Tadjikistan. Im 31 years old, married and have two boys. The country that I came from is Muslim. Even though we are not Muslims, we kept and followed traditions and culture of this ... Read More
An Essay on How I Handled My Handbag (658 words, 1 pages)
How I Handled My Handbag HabitYou might think that a woman chooses the size of her purse to accommodate all of the things she will need to have near her that day. The opposite of that is true. The size of a woman's hand bag determines how many items she ... Read More
The Advantages of Adoption over Abortion (364 words, 1 pages)
Abortion vs. AdoptionIf I was with someone that was having a child and we both could not keep it, I'd probably put my child up for adoption. I'd put my child up for adoption because there are many parents out there that arent able to have children and want to ... Read More
A Personal Recount on Selecting a Career in Nursing (1079 words, 2 pages)
Past, Present, and Future PaperWhen I was a child, I knew that I wanted to be a nurse just like my mom. I started preparing myself by majoring in science, math, and typing in high school. I knew that these classes would one day prepare me for college. When I ... Read More
An Essay on the Devastating Turn of My Life (1033 words, 2 pages)
I've always felt that everybody should be given the opportunity to raise a family. My belief has grown even more since my first child, Trey, was born. He is such a beautiful and magical creature. I wouldn't give him up for the world, but I want to do even more. ... Read More
An Introduction to the Life of Marina (938 words, 2 pages)
Hi, my name is Marina. I came to the US from former USSR, Republic Tadjikistan. Im 31 years old, married and have two boys. The country that I came from is Muslim. Even though we are not Muslims, we kept and followed traditions and culture of this country.Before I got ... Read More
The Great Expectations I have for My First Child (406 words, 1 pages)
I expected after hearing all about this baby for this to be very interesting, and depending on what baby I got I would make my conclusions on what I expected for that night. I let my friend choose which hand the normal card was in. I think I will just ... Read More
An Introduction to the History of Kristi (908 words, 1 pages)
My name is Kristi I am 33 years old and residing in Holiday, Fl. I was born and raised in Odessa, Fl. to a single mother and 3 older brothers. I do not recall much of my childhood except that of chaos and distress. I know growing up I always ... Read More
A Reflection of My Life (663 words, 1 pages)
When our children are born, don't we all believe we have created a miracle? Don't we all feel as though we've brought forth into this world the most enchanting thing we've ever seen? Every mother feels there couldn't possibly be a child as perfect or as beautiful as hers. I'm ... Read More
The Art of Breaking Hearts (1019 words, 2 pages)
There have been many times in my life when Ive been broken hearted and horribly depressed. There are only a few steps to follow in order to break someones heart-make him that person fall in love with you, lead them on, let them down, and then dump them when they ... Read More
A Worker’s Journey to Personal Goal Fulfilment (2814 words, 4 pages)
I am currently employed as Commercial Loan Officer IISr. The division I work in makes and services a wide variety of secured and unsecured business loans or lines of credit, most of which involve large amounts of money and important customers. While also ensuring that applicable bank lending policies and ... Read More
The Importance of Sexuality Education (495 words, 1 pages)
Sexuality education was quite taboo when I was growing up. I recall when my mother gave me a book on sexual education and then without my knowledge the book mysteriously disappeared from my bedroom and hidden in her closet. I found it months later while I was rummaging through her ... Read More
The Blessings of Being a Mother (1033 words, 2 pages)
I've always felt that everybody should be given the opportunity to raise a family. My belief has grown even more since my first child, Trey, was born. He is such a beautiful and magical creature. I wouldn't give him up for the world, but I want to do even more. ... Read More
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