Encouragement

Hero

March 21, 2011

“Heroes can impact a person’s life greatly. My hero is my mom. I greatly admire her because she helps me in many ways. A hero doesn’t have to be someone famous. It can be an average person or even below average. It is just someone that you look up to and want to be like in some ways. My hero is my mom because she wants me to succeed and will push me in different ways to get me there and because being a mother is a very difficult task and I admire her for undertaking that task.

My mom is always pushing me to do my best in everything. She wants me to do well in school, sports, and everything I do. She thinks that I have lots of potential for things even when I don’t think I can do something. She is very hard on me but in the end I will probably look back and be happy that she did push me.

Being a mother is a tough job. My mom is always busy running errands, working, picking up kids from school, and the list goes on. While all this is happening the kids in our family ask favors of her also to double her tasks. She is always busy. She is the best mother ever. My mom is my hero because she is a great mother and I admire her for it.

One definition of a hero is a man of distinguished courage or ability, admired for his brave deeds and noble qualities. I think this is a false definition because my hero is not a man. My mom is my hero. She is the greatest hero ever. Everyone’s hero should be their mom.”

Written by one of my sweet kids.

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  • Thegirlaz

    That is so very sweet!

  • Something to be cherished always. So good for parents of teenagers to read. I am sure you are a great mom!!!! As well as are so many others who don’t feel appreciated. That is just part of the job description, I think.

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