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When I was a little girl I really didnt have a person I admired until I really understood the meaning of a Mother I lived in Hawthorne for about 11years with my mom dad and my two sisters I grew up seeing my mom raise two daughters with two jobs and put my dad through college and helped any one that needed help My mother lost her mom when she was twenty-two and had to completely be on her own My mom is the most beautiful intelligent woman God could ever make Shes the strongest person I know shes been through so much and she still stands Shes the reason why I want to be just like herI moved to Carson when I was eleven years old I started elementary school and now Im in high school My life hasnt been a fairytale but its my life at first it was really hard to adapt in an environment that youre not so familiar with but I had to It seemed like having a hero was pretty easy in elementary it was so many great individuals you learn about and find out about the amazing things they did and accomplished in life In high school its a different situation Some of us actually forget the real meaning a person we admire Some of us admire someone because they have a nice car or they have the new Gucci bag In high school people admire popularity more than individuality who got new shoes who hangs around the right crowds Not the people on honor roll or who gets straight As or the people whos not scared to be who they areThe reason I admire my mother is because shes a person who will never judge me she is the most outstanding person shes puts everybody before herself she always has a smile on her face no matter what she goes through My mother has spent her lifetime
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