The Person I Most Admire
Whenever people would ask, “Who did you look up to,” I was never positive who exactly it was. Growing up I always looked up to someone, whether it’s an actress, singer, or a fictional character, such as, Johnny Depp, Demi Lovato, or Cinderella. Today, if someone asked who I admire, I would reply my mother because she’s my hero, cares about her family, and taught me everything I know. Although, I still love my Disney princess movies, Cinderella, Snow White, and plenty more, whenever I’m with my mother she makes me feel like her little princess. I pictured her as my prince charming, rescuing me from a tower where a dragon guarded.
She’s the shoulder I lean on when I’m depressed, the person who holds the key to my heart, she’s everything. First, the person I adore the most is my mother because she’s my hero.
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When I was growing up my perfect picture of a hero was in the movies and usually Superman, Wonder woman, or Captain America, but everybody told me “Those heroes don’t exit. ” Nonetheless, they do exist and I have one living in my house called mom. She doesn’t fight crimes, but she’s my savior because she’s the person I look up to when it comes to college, education, and being successful one day.
My mom has astonishingly finished her Bachelor’s Degree, and Master’s Degree, and she’s my inspiration of going to college and being successful. Not only does she encourage me to fulfill my future dreams of education, but also present dreams like playing basketball. I appreciate my mom for being my hero who had two kids and still decided to go to college and encourage me in my dreams. Next, I cherish the way my mother cares for her family. My mom loves and protects her family, and some will even say, “My kids are the joy of my life.
” Not only that, it’s a moms duty to keep a close eye of their family like a mama bird watches over her eggs before they hatch. Sometimes I feel like a little bird inside a hard egg being protected until it’s time for me to spread my wings and sore. She’s the individual that was there when I was born, and since then she guarded me like a hawk. She provided for me and my family by taking an extra job. For instance, once she was working for the County during the week, and then sacrificed her weekends with her family to commence a new job at Car Max (a place that sells cars).
Using her strength to be strong enough to support our family makes me worship the way she cares for us even more. Lastly, I value my mother because she taught me everything I know. Whether kids like me notice or not, we are very similar to our parents, and I’m not only talking about our gorgeous looks. However, we talk, walk, and sometimes even sound the same as our parents. Have you ever sounded just like your mother? Once I stood up straight and very proper like my mother and people then said we looked like sisters and sounded identical, but of course she did teach me how to walk and talk.
She also taught me how to say “please” and “thank you,” and how to share with my siblings. For example, when I was four years old she taught me how to share my red remote control car with spinning wheels with my brother, Carlos. On the contrary, I was self-fish and a brat that didn’t want to share, but she ripped it from my miniature hands and gave it to my brother anyways. Today, I understand why she was harsh with me, and I treasure the love and patience it took to teach me the things I know now. To conclude, every child looks up to somebody, probably when they were little it was superheroes and princess.
Today, if you were asked who you idolize, it might be an actor or singer. On the other hand, I honor my mother because she’s my hero, care about her family, and taught me everything I know. Sometimes that person might drive you insane, but that’s probably how they show you kindness and love. At the end of the day, I love my mother for caring, believing, and trusting me. Without her helpful support I’ll be lost and hopeless like a straw dog that lost his way. So I’m very lucky to have someone like my mother to admire, so who’s your most admired person in the world?