My mom is pretty tall I would say, but not to tall. She has been teaching at Rhodes Junior High for almost 10 years as a seventh grade science teacher. She is a very hard worker and makes sure that every lesson she teaches keeps the students interested and learning.
She goes over and beyond for her students and does her best to make sure everything is to its full potential before presenting it to her class.
Now I am a senior with two leadership positions on campus.
On February 28, 1997, my grandfather and my role model, Jimmie Gray, passed away.
I hope that when I am older, in what ever career I choose, I will work just as hard to be as successful as my mom.
Last, but certainly no where near the least, my mom has always been there for me to make sure every dream or goal I may have is reached.She has very high cheekbones, which many people wish they were born with.Her eyes are a very light brownish green color, just looking into them you can see all the love she has for others. She got her undergraduate at Cal State Long Beach, and went on to getting her Masters degree at Arizona State University in teaching.Coming into college at the age of sixteen, I thought that it would be very difficult to meet people and fit in.I thought that I would not be respected because I was so young and nobody would want to talk to a little girl.For me, that person is my mom she is very beautiful, successful.Ever since I could remember she has been right beside me supporting any dream or goal I was trying to reach.Most of the people around me were very positive and proud that I was working hard and committed to being successful.However, I did have one lady tell me to my face that I wasn’t going to make it because I was too silly and too young. Knowing that I had people waiting to see me fail was a motivator to push even harder. In ninth grade I became very sick and fell far behind in school.I almost didn’t pass a few classes due to absence’s, but my mom worked with me, stayed up late to help me, and talked to my teachers asking for extensions so I could get caught up and move on to the tenth grade with no worries of the past.