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May 30 2011 was the first day of summer vacation and the day thatwould mark the beginning of my real teenage life I had a car a joband the permission of my parents to go and come as I pleased so long asI was back by curfew However something that morning was not how I hadanticipated my dad was home with a terrible headache He told me hedwoken up several times that night because the pain was so gut wrenchingI went to pick up some Tylenol hoping that would ease his pain butnothing happenedAs the weeks passed my dads headache only worsened leaving him bedridden for well over three-quarters of the day I walked into his roomone day to discuss a Led Zeppelin album and all I could do was stare athim His facial expression was lifeless and full of defeat It hurtsso much Id rather be dead I heard him say The words flowed out ofhis mouth so effortlessly it was evident he wasnt lying I foughtmyself with everything I had and gritted my teeth as I forced out thewords Itll get better dad I promise Here was the one person whofueled my everlasting motivation and strengthened my hunger forknowledge The one person who loved me unconditionally and all I coulddo was hold back tears run off and try to scrape those engraved wordsout of my head Before I knew it a whole month had passed and still nothing had changedexcept that my focus was completely devoted to my father I quit my joband hardly saw my friends I spent all my time in doctors offices andwaiting rooms looking at the same copy of National Geographic Everyfew days Id go to the pharmacy and little by little our mail counterturned into our own personal drugstore The more wed talk to doctors the angrier Id become Not one couldmake a proper diagnosis during the 2 months that had passed so I knew Ihad to
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