The Person I Admire The Most
Movie stars and singers, who make a lot of money and are famous, are teenager’s admiration. However, they don’t even know the person or their personality. To me admiration is a kind of respect. But there aren’t a lot of people in this world who have that kind of respect from me. My mother is the only person who has entered my life and made me look at things differently.
The first reason that I admire my mother is she teaches me about experience. Experience is what you learn as you go through your life. As a child, you always learned that people are really nice and generous. That is not true. As you step into the real world, you will see the person’s real face and all the different schemes. This has happened to me when I was in the sixth grade. When my class had a test and my friend did not know the answer , she asked me what the answer was and I told her what the answer, but when I have a problem and I asked her, she’s never answered me. Instead she'd say she doesn’t know or she hasn’t got there yet. I was really upset and unhappy but as I have learned this from my mother, I understand why my friend did that and I let it go easier.
Taking care of her children first before she can take care of her is the second reason why I admire my mother. Taking care of a person is not easy, and taking care of you at the same time is even harder. My mother always takes care of me first before she can take care of herself. For example, after a long day of work, she was really tired that she can just go home and have a nap. Instead, she made dinner for our family, washed our clothes and took a short time to look at my homework. And then she gets my backpack ready for the next day before she can even go to take a shower. Nobody had ever done this for me and there will be no one who would do the same thing like my mother besides her.
In conclusion, I admire my mother because she teaches me about life experience and she takes care of me...
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