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As an eight teen year old high school senior i have been through alotMy family started out as my mom and I living on our own in Carrolltontexas My mom owned her own in home day care in which we depeneded ontermendusly In reasoning because she never got to graduate so it waswhat she loved and easy money of course Over the years it grewoutragously and became benifitcal to both of us Even though we lived onour own my mom supported my two criminal uncles and my aunt with twochildrens as well Although they were old enough to do things on thereown they seem to never show it My mom started getting overwellmed by me entering high school freshmanyear with all the activeties I was in Money began to pale up and wewere stuck with out a paddle As a mom she managed to get us through itno matter what it took Thats whats moms do right Therefore overlappedthe matter that we became broke Well half way through my first year inhigh school and I started noticing that my mom wasnt the sameThroughout this time period she had lost her prisous daycare My first cousin was conficted as a rapist of a minner in my momsdaycare This is when my world became to crumble like a chocalte chipcookie dipped in milk for to long I didnt know what to do or how tohandle it The only best thing was to try and move on Me and my mommoved and began a differnt life It didnt stop there because her actions became worse She thoughteveryone on TV was someone we knew and belived that she was hearing andseeing but really werent there I became concerned and brought theattention to my god mom Thankfully I wasnt the only one thinkingsomething must be wrong Walking home from school the next day I get a message that my mom hadbeen sent to the hospital Words could
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