My amazing mother!

Laura - wilmington, North Carolina
Entered on February 9, 2009
Age Group: Under 18
Themes: family

I believe in many things but most I believe in my mother. I will soon tell you my reasons for this belief. My mother is strong, hardworking, self supportive woman. Her name is Julia.

My mother, along with my father, moved our family here about five years ago from Oaxaca, Mexico. She wanted my brothers and myself to have a better life, and she believed we could get that here in the United States. My mother, my father, my four brothers, and one sister plus myself came here in search of better education and better jobs.

My mother has made the life for us. she first worked two jobs and my father one job as well. We now have a good home and a steady life here in the U.S. My mom owns a couple of homes and rents them out too. I think she is amazing for making her dreams come true.

With the economy now becoming wores, my father, after not having work in july and for a couple of months has returned home to Mexico. My brother’s have now for two months been working almost 38 hours. It has been a hard on the whole family, but my mother keeps her head up, and maks sure we are all well provided for. We have what we need thanks to my mom.

My mother is a great provider and very strong person. I believe in her in every sense of the way. She came here to the U.S. With her husband and six kids and not much more. Has since then put aroof over our heads, make sure we have nice clothes/shoes and nice things, and food. She also maks sure my brothers ca rs and insurance and taxes on them are all paid. She goes above and beyond to take care of us.

I love my mother for all that she is and for all she does. I believe in her so much and in so many ways that I hope to be as good a person as she. I hope to be as head strong as her, and able to provide for me and my family. Only I want to do better by going to college and furthering my education to have better job opportunities. We, shall see. Look me up in about twelve years to see if I have accomplished as much.