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There are certain things in life that remain constant the rising ofthe sun for example or how her arms wrap tightly around me abullet-proof shield protecting me from sights and sounds of the worldGrowing up it was just my mom and me Work consumed my dads life justas my life consumed my mothers He worked extremely hard for us and itdid not go under-appreciated It did however come at the expense ofour family The only time we were able to see him was after work whenhe would doze off in front of the TV his half-eaten dinner at his sideand his head cocked back as if some invisible string attached hisforehead to the ceiling Although this was not typical behavior of theloving dad I know he was it was what I was used to which gave me aspecial bond with my mom that nothing of this world could ever break We have hated each other and loved each other more than most mothersand daughters could say but I admit we love each other the most afterwe have hated each other the best Despite how we feel about oneanother one thing always remains that my mom will consistently protectme hold onto me and care for me regardless of where either of us arein life Being an only child I know that my mom has spoiled me but Iam convinced that it is unavoidable Since my mom only has me to carefor I always expect her to be there for me when I need her Presentlyas I am in college four hours from home I know that if I were to callmy mom to come pick me up she would be in front of my dorm in three anda half hours ready to drive me home This example just reiterates thelove that my mom has for me but this love leads to repercussions laterin our relationship My mom has always been protective of me so I mimicked
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