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THE FOUR MAJOR WAYS A GRANDPARENT INFLUENCED ME Mrs Grace Iriabgonse Idemudia of blessed memory was my grandma full of beauty hard work and integrity My grandmother lived as a model to her children and grandchildren especially me She was a woman of substance love and compassion She lived an exemplary life for me to follow Her life was an open book which anyone could read and I still read it ten years after her death Her striking appearance was as bright as the morning sun she was as beautiful as a goddess The most beautiful thing in her was her striking rich dark black hair that rested on her shoulders Her eyes where so brown like fallen leaves and her smile so unique She had a glowing dark skin the real ebony beauty which made her shone the more Accompanied with these beautiful attributes I was highly influenced by her high moral standard which has lead me far in life My grandmother was a very hardworking and tireless woman She did not encourage laziness or lackadaisical behavior She owned a grocery store as well as being a nurse and a homemaker She created time to run the store her job and her home perfectly It was a mystery to me how she could cope with her chores and knew when to do first things first She loved hard work and taught me how to be hardworking too She could farm teach cook be a good house wife and a lovely grandmother all at the same time She was a disciplinarian She taught me that without hard work it was impossible to succeed So I strived to become a hard worker which helped me in my teenage years especially in high school I learnt from her how to use my time wisely and do multiple task in an organized manner and how to create a good scale of preference in
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