Your Mom

In: English and Literature

Submitted By ryan02207
Words 274
Pages 2
In this essay I am writing about that school should be extended for five year. I think that school should be extended for five year because it will help you how you are educate. The school for five year will help you a lot when you are doing something. The school for five year could help you in most everything that you are doing. I think that if you go to school for five years you could learn a lot of skills. School could help you out of most anything that you want to do in this world. School could teach you how to be educator. By going to school is a good thing because if you go to school it could help have experience in everything that you are doing. To have experience you to do that thing you do best and how well you do at it. I think that school could teach you how to have experience in everything you are doing. I know that to go to school you have to choice to go to school because nobody can make you go to school. I know that school are not for everyone but I think that every children should go to school because if you don't go to school you will not be educate. I know that when you have an education it is a good thing. School is a place where you could learn a lot of different that you don't know. I know that I learn a lot of thing I didn't know but I know them. By going to school you make new friends, and you…...

Similar Documents

Tenn Mom

...was a very trusting baby as my mom described. My parents were in their 40’s when they had me and had been married previously and both had two other children of their own. When I came into this world I had two brothers, two sisters, and a niece. I went everywhere with my brother, who actually graduated the year I was born, I went on dates quite often and just out and about whenever. My sister would also take me places, but my mom said not as often as my brother did. My mom said the only person I probably did not trust was my niece who was three when I was born and her and my sister lived with us. She said that when my niece, Stephanie and I were alone in a room one day she heard me start screaming out of nowhere when she came to check on us Stephanie got all defensive, so my mom thought she had done something to me, but decided to give her the benefit of the doubt. A few days later the same thing happened again, so my mom knew that she was actually doing something to me, but did not know what. She kept a close eye on me and Stephanie from then on, but still does not know exactly what happened during those instances. When I was two, Stephanie and I were outside when I started screaming, when my mom came out she saw me screaming and Stephanie with a glass Coke bottle in her hand, so my mom knew Stephanie had hit me with it. All throughout my early childhood things would get better and then Stephanie would do something to torment me like tell me mom got ate by a bear in the......

Words: 2824 - Pages: 12

Your Mom

...Sarah Christiansen December 21, 2011 America during the 1920’s I. War Debt A. $10.3 billion was owed to U.S from allies after WW1. II. Business’s Boom A. Business normalcy 1. Levying protective tariffs; promoting foreign trade; breaking strikes a. Laissez-faire 2. Fordney-McCumber Act a. Raised import duties to high levels 3. Bureau of Budget a. Making government more responsible for lowering war debt III. Restricting Immigration A. Red Scare- Suspicion of immigrants being communists (mild) B. KKK- Ku Klux Klan- Group of white supremacists prejudice against African Americans and immigrants C. National Origins Act 1. Only 3% of any national group could be accepted into America per year a. Total of 150,000 immigrants a year allowed b. Affected mainly Asians (Japanese) and Africans 1. Although most immigrants descended from European Nations 2. Sacco & Vanzetti-symbolized mistrust of immigrants IV. Prosperity A. Businesses grew 1. Luxuries were becoming necessities; wages rose; more leisure time; glorification of wealth and comfort B. Automobile 1. Symbol for the new age that came along with prosperity a. Garages, gas stations and diners had opened b. Tractors replaced animals on farms C. Business Formula 1. Mass production, standardized products and nationwide market 2. Stock Market- purchasers “invested in the future.” V. Women in......

Words: 260 - Pages: 2

Mr. Mom

...Reginia Lanes Dr. Graham English 105 14 April 2013 Mr. Mom As I sat through frustration of rush hour traffic, I received a text message from my best friend who is a male. The text message read “What’s a good age to start wearing tampons?” My sarcasm immediately kicked in and I almost replied back “Whenever you think you’re ready.” However knowing this is probably another one of those sensitive subjects for him concerning his daughter, whom he has raised alone since soon after her birth, I figured I better answer seriously. I responded “Whenever she’s comfortable.” As usual he replied “Ok, Just thought I’d ask.” You see my friend is one of the many men that have challenged the stereotype that has been placed upon them of being absentee or dead beat fathers once their relationship ends with the mothers. This is proving to no longer be status quo. You see I have several male friends who are raising their children, mostly girls, alone. Thus we now have a growing number of “absentee or deadbeat” mothers in our society. According to new data from the U.S. Census Bureau, there is a significant rise in the number of single fathers raising kids. Specifically, the census data shows that the rise in families led by single fathers has outpaced the rise in single-mother families for the first time since 1970. Today, there is an increase of 14 percent of single-dad households. The number of single-mother households only increased by roughly 3.2 percent in the past 10 years. Gone......

Words: 1118 - Pages: 5

Helicopter Moms

...1, In the text ”Do Helicopter Moms Do More Harm Than Good?” We follow the mother Robyn and her two sons Ethan and Brendan, apparently being part of a growing problem in the educational sector of America. The problem is these so-called Helicopter Moms that supervise their children to the extreme. doing their laundry, checking their appointments, proofreading their papers just to name a few of the things. While the boys doesn’t seem to mind their mothers watchful eagle eye, they explain that they know she’s only doing what she does because she cares. They honestly doesn’t care that their mom is being their personal secretary, which she comments on herself and remarks isn’t far from the truth. Helen Johnson, a consultor on parental relations and author on the subject also voices her opinion, stating what the mothers are doing is going to hit the kids in the back on their way to grow up. The text ends up with Robyn explaining her determination for her kids, but also that she knows that there is a point where she has to let go and let them live their own lives. 2, Outlining the attitude on over-parenting on text 1 & 2 Text 1: Robyn Lewis is very overprotective and ever watchful for her children. Her devotion towards their education seems to far exceed their own. She basically plans and forms every day of her kids life with notes, e-mails, checking their bank accounts and keeping their grades in check. Everything has to run smoothly, so of course she stays in......

Words: 450 - Pages: 2

Your Mom

...there. I felt like I was doing the same thing every day. So eventually I decided to not do my work. After a while the teacher decided to put me behind a small wall secluded from the class. It was a couple of weeks before I decided I did not want to go to school any more. Then my mom found out what the teacher was doing, it did not go over well. I’m pretty sure the principle was scared shit less. Needless to say I was not behind the wall any more. I can say I had good friends while I went there. One day I had a major migraine, everyone thought I was just faking it but one of my friends decided to walk me to the nurse. At the time the teacher was not in the class room, but on the way to the nurse she told us to go back. I don’t remember much after that. A couple of years later we had a new school in Wellsville. Same teachers unfortunately and the same principle, I was always told that he did not like kids. I had been late a lot due to the school being in a new area, walking there was the only choice I had. Apparently the teacher thought it would be a good idea to lock the door to the class room. So when I got there I could not get in and she would not let me in, so I went home. Then again my mom found out and the school had their hands full. If I remember right the teacher almost lost her job. The best year of my life was when I moved to Olathe and started at a new school....

Words: 382 - Pages: 2

Mom and John

...“Mom” John replied. “What do you want?” mom replied. “I am going to pick up Mark for the movies?” “Do you guys have to see Monsters in the Dark?” mom asked. “Yes”-replied John. “Well bye.” John yelled. John started to walk to Mark’s house. Ding-dong. “Hi Ms Ramos” John said. “Is Mark there”? “Yes he is” Ms Ramos said. “Hey Jim what are you doing here?” John replied. “I am playing call of duty with Billy.” Jim answered. “Well, be home soon” John told his brother. “Ok.” Jim replied. “Hey Mark what’s up?” John asked. “Nothing” Mark replied. “Lets go for the movie.” John replied “Can we go” ask Jim. “No!” replied Mark. It took them a long time to walk to the movies. Finally, they made it. They’re walking up the stairs. They waited on the line. It was their turn. John told the clerk “2 tickets to see Monsters in the Dark.” “Hey the tickets are gone!” the clerk yelled. “No they can’t be!” Mark replied. “Do not worry, we’ll solve this case.” Said John “Our suspects are your mom, Jim, and Billy.” Continued John. “Lets go to my house to talk to my mom,” replied Mark. They walked to mark’s house. Ding-dong. Hey mom we just need to ask you a few questions. Guys what’s this about? Well the tickets to the movie where going to see are missing. And we thought you did something. Stop I did not do any thing. John’s mom said. But Jim and Billy said they where going to take some thing. Man they did it. Bye. Hey stop oh man Jim said. They cased them but they......

Words: 367 - Pages: 2

Mom, Quotes for Mom

...angel mother. – By Abraham Lincoln * All that I am or ever hope to be, I owe to my angel Mother. – By Abraham Lincoln * All women become like their mothers. That is their tragedy. No man does. That's his. – By Oscar Wilde, The Importance of Being Earnest, 1895 * An ounce of mother is worth a pound of clergy. – Spanish Proverb * And it came to me, and I knew what I had to have before my soul would rest. I wanted to belong to belong to my mother. And in return I wanted my mother to belong to me. – By Gloria Vanderbilt * Are we not like two volumes of one book? – By Marceline Desbordes- By Valmore * Becoming a mother makes you the mother of all children. From now on each wounded, abandoned, frightened child is yours. You live in the suffering mothers of every race and creed and weep with them. You long to comfort all who are desolate. – By Charlotte Gray * Before a day was over, Home comes the rover, For mother's kiss sweeter this Than any other thing! – By William Allingham * Before I got married I had six theories about bringing up children; now I have six children, and no theories. – By John Wilmot * Being a full- By time mother is one of the highest salaried jobs… since the payment is pure love. – By Mildred B. Vermont * Biology is the least of what makes someone a mother. – By Oprah Winfrey * Each day of our lives we make deposits in the memory banks of our children. – By Charles R. Swindoll, The Strong Family *......

Words: 2478 - Pages: 10

Teen Moms

...Daiejha Wilson 5-6-2014 Dr. Navare Teen Moms Being a teen mom is definitely not an easy task. Teen pregnancy is the number one reason why teen girls drop out of school. Many teenage girls begin to lose or forget about their dreams of ever finishing high school and going to college, and focus mainly on taking care of their babies. Without support and help from others, these girls are forced to end their education, to take care of their children. Statistics show that only about one-third of teen moms will graduate high school and a little over one percent of these mothers will receive a college degree before the age of 30. Becoming a teen mom should not stop a young woman from continuing with school. Therefore, many support systems, such as affordable childcare, support groups, public assistance, etc., should be implemented in their communities. Becoming a parent at a young age can alter a teen’s life tremendously. For most teenage mothers, school, let alone college are most likely the last things that are on their minds. They are worried about how they are going to take care and provide for their child. Many teen moms have no one to help them, they are basically on their own. Some have the desire to finish high school and attend college, but without the help and support it is almost impossible for them to do so. These mothers should be able to further their education just like the rest of their peers. However, teen moms have many factors in the way, such as not enough......

Words: 294 - Pages: 2

Mom Story

... My mom, Shirley Johnson is a very ambitious, independent and outspoken woman. When there is something needs or wants she will go after it and will not give up. She doesn’t dependent on anyone for anything. That is something admire, even though I’m happy married I still like to keep my independence. My mom has been outspoken. Nothing can keep her from saying what she feels. She may do it in a sweet and pleasant way, but she defiantly will get her point across. Some people can talk about how great their relationship is or was with their mom. Unfortunately, I can’t do that. I do have some wonderful times with mom then there are times that will bring you to tears but thru it all it has made me a strong, independent mother today. The Beginning My mom put my sister Lindsey first before anything else, including their own comfort and happiness (sometimes). My sister played the mom role a lot when I was young because my mom was addicted to drugs. Her habit was pretty bad from what I remember. She did her best to take us, but then there were times we were in the house alone with no food and light. She would be gone for days at a time. I didn’t understand much at that time until I saw it with my own eyes. It’s a sight I will never forget. Seeing my mom get high. After that she made the decision to drop us off at my aunts said, “I will be right back and never came back.” Bad thing about this my aunt was on drugs too. At that time, we were going to see my dad every other weekend so that...

Words: 607 - Pages: 3

Mom Paper

...My mom, Shirley Johnson is a very ambitious, independent and outspoken woman. When there is something needs or wants she will go after it and will not give up. She doesn’t dependent on anyone for anything. That is something admire, even though I’m happy married I still like to keep my independence. My mom has been outspoken. Nothing can keep her from saying what she feels. She may do it in a sweet and pleasant way, but she defiantly will get her point across. Some people can talk about how great their relationship is or was with their mom. Unfortunately, I can’t do that. I do have some wonderful times with mom then there are times that will bring you to tears but thru it all it has made me a strong, independent mother today. The Beginning My mom put my sister Lindsey first before anything else, including their own comfort and happiness (sometimes). My sister played the mom role a lot when I was young because my mom was addicted to drugs. Her habit was pretty bad from what I remember. She did her best to take us, but then there were times we were in the house alone with no food and light. She would be gone for days at a time. I didn’t understand much at that time until I saw it with my own eyes. It’s a sight I will never forget. Seeing my mom get high. After that she made the decision to drop us off at my aunts said, “I will be right back and never came back.” Bad thing about this my aunt was on drugs too. At that time, we were going to see my dad every other weekend so that...

Words: 605 - Pages: 3

Your Mom Is Bomb

...Human Development Nature and nurture both play a role in developmental outcomes – How much of who we are as humans is hardwired in our genes, and how much is the result of experience? – What is human nature when it is stripped of society and culture? Genie’s extreme case provided the opportunity to witness and record the potential consequences of extreme social isolation. What Shapes our Behavior? • Describe how the prenatal environment can affect development. • Explain how dynamic systems theory illuminates the ways biology and environment work together to shape development. • Describe key processes in infant brain development and how these processes affect learning. • Describe the types of attachment infants have to their caregivers. • Explain how attachment and emotion regulation are related. 9.1 What Shapes Us During Childhood? Biological and social forces combine to shape the path of human development. – developmental psychology: the study of changes, over the life span, in physiology, cognition, emotion, and social behavior Physically, each human grows and matures at about the same periods in the life span: 9.1 What Shapes Us During Childhood? Biological and social forces combine to shape the path of human development. – developmental psychology: the study of changes, over the life span, in physiology, cognition, emotion, and social behavior Physically, each human grows and matures at about the same periods in the life span: 9.1 What......

Words: 2921 - Pages: 12

The Single Mom

...The Single Mom NURS 440 April 26, 2015 Deanna Radford There are a lot of assumptions out there about single parents and particularly single moms. For example, there are people who believe that most single moms choose to raise their kids solo, are unemployed, and receive government assistance. While every story is different, most don’t support these assumptions. Once largely limited to poor women and minorities, single motherhood is now becoming the new “norm”. This prevalence is due in part to the growing trend of children born outside marriage, a societal trend that was virtually unheard of decades ago. When you examine U.S. Census data, the actual single parent statistics may surprise you. Single Parents by the Numbers According to the U.S. Census Bureau, there are approximately 13.7 million single parents in the United States today, and those parents are responsible for raising 22 million children. This number represents approximately 26% of children under 21 in the U. S. today. Despite negative assumptions that most single moms “selfishly” chose to raise their kids solo, the majority of individuals raising children alone started out in committed relationships and never expected to be single parents. Of all single-parent families in the U.S., single mothers make up the majority. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, out of about 12 million single parent families in 2014, more that 80% were headed by single mothers.......

Words: 896 - Pages: 4

Your Mom

...will earn your degree by demonstrating your skills, knowledge, and understanding of important concepts through a series of carefully designed courses. Progress through your degree program is governed not by classes but by satisfactory completion of the required courses that demonstrate your mastery of the competencies. Of course, you will need to engage in learning experiences as you brush up on competencies or develop knowledge and skills in areas in which you may be weak. For this learning and development, WGU has a rich array of learning resources in which you may engage under the direction of your student mentor. You will work closely with your mentor to schedule your program for completing the courses. You will also work closely with additional faculty members as you proceed through courses of study that are designed to lead you through the content you must master in order to pass the assessment(s) for each course. The benefit of this competency-based system is that it makes it possible for people who are knowledgeable about a particular subject to make accelerated progress toward completing a WGU degree, even if they lack college experience. You may have gained skills and knowledge of a subject while on the job, accumulated wisdom through years of life experience, or, indeed, taken a course on a particular subject. WGU will award your degree based on the skills and knowledge that you possess and can demonstrate—not the number of credits hours on your......

Words: 4226 - Pages: 17

Single Moms

...Cultural Influence in Development Cultural Influences in Development Fhameka Lewis February 10, 2015 Argosy University Single Moms Single moms face a challenge within their lives. Some mothers become single through divorce and while others become single outside of wedlock. However, there is no set age for a single mom. Statics states that most females become single moms before they finish high school and is receiving some type of government assistance for help. The average single mom has either dropped out of school or working a minimum paying job. Because of the high cost of living rate it is impossible for these single moms to provide a healthy life for their children. Therefore the Department of Human Service is stepping up to the platform to help these moms seek better jobs and receive a better education. The Jefferson County Department of Human Services will be offering a variety of workshops for all single moms in the surrounding communities. The workshop is called Single Moms Taking Control, and will be on Thursday June 3, 2015 during the hours of 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. The purpose of the workshop will be to provide guidance and resources for all the single moms who which to go back to school to receive their GED or for those who which to obtain a degree in higher education. The workshops will also help the moms with resources to maintaining a healthy relationship with their family. Also throughout the workshops there will be venders there who will...

Words: 1827 - Pages: 8

Did Your Mom Ever Tell You Not to Pet Stray Dogs?

...Did your mom ever tell you to not pet stray dogs? Well mine did of course, and I listened just as well as any 4 year old would. I was a very hard headed kid at that age, and I never listened to what I was told. We lived in a small town 200 miles west of Middlin, Texas; it was a quiet town with a population around 1,000 people. If you’ve ever been to Texas then you know that it’s about 90% desert, it’s a dry and dusty place. Stray dogs are everywhere be aware and whatever you do don’t pet stray dogs. It was the summer of 1991 in Middlen, Texas the temperature was around 100 degrees. I was soaked from head to toe with sweat from ridding my dirt bike all day. I had gotten a 50cc Suzuki dirt bike from my dad just a year prior and I was loving it. I rode my dirt bike all summer long that year. There was a pit not too far from my house that I could ride in that had some whoop-de-woops, and some jumps. This pit was huge, I mean it was a giant pit, it looked like a comet had struck the earth it was so big. I spent what seemed to be all day at the pit riding my dirt bike. When I finally got home I decided to cool off in the sprinklers, I ran into the house as fast as I possibly could to change clothes. As I got into the house I yelled Mom! Can I go outside and play in the sprinkler, she said yes but I had to eat supper first Dang it, I said under my breath as I continued down the long hallway. When I got to my room I looked everywhere for my Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles swimming...

Words: 1025 - Pages: 5