A hero that I most admire by Zanis

When I saw the poster that my English teacher brought in to class this week, it said write a composition about “a hero that you most admire”. I thought for a second who would it be. It didn’t take me long to choose my very own mom. Well, to start off, my mom was not born anywhere near Ireland. She was born on the other side of Europe; Kraals, Latvia. She grew up during a time when making money to help the family was much more important than receiving an education. She grew up during a time of war, which made it that much harder for her to receive food and simple, everyday activities, that we here in Ireland take for granted.

Despite all these hardships, my mom still managed to get an education, start a family and accomplish something that would change the course of my life, forever. She worked and worked and worked, and, eventually, she saved up enough money to fly me over to Ireland to have a better childhood and lifestyle than she had, I admire that woman because she went above and beyond to make sure that her child would receive a better education, a better life and a secure future where we don’t have to worry about where our next meal is owing from.

Secondly, I admire her because of her strength. She’s been through hell and back, and, amazingly, she’s still here, standing tall. About eight years ago, my mom and dad were divorced. When I heard the news, I was so little, I broke down and cried. My father was my world, my everything, and to know that I could lose him at any given moment scared the life out of me. Just the other day, I asked my mom why she never cried. She responded, “Are you kidding me”, I would cry all the time. I would cry when you kids were off at school. I would even cry myself to sleep sometimes.

I Just wouldn’t cry In front of you kids or your step-father, because I knew that I had to keep a straight face. I had to be the rock that kept the family grounded. She was the rock then, and she’s still the rock now. Lastly, I admire her because she’s as quick as a whip and she’s more Independent than anyone I know. She’s a clever one I tell you. It seems Like whenever anyone In my family comes down with an Illness, she has the cure. If you are living under my mom’s roof there’s absolutely no deed for missing days off school because of some Illness.

Just give her fifteen minutes to mix up a homemade remedy and you’re cured. On top of that, my mom Is also very clever. If the check engine light lights up, my mom can take care of It. When the time to file taxes comes around, she’s got It. A lot of people look up to celebrates Like Kim Sardinian or Jeremy Line. Now don’t get me wrong, those celebrates are great and all. But, I don’t admire them the same way that I admire my mom. She’s an Incredible human being whoso hardworking, strong, clever and Independent. I admire her courage and her resilience.

She Inspires me and my siblings to be better people and to give life own very best shot. A hero that I most admire by Azans By Pakistani sometimes. I Just wouldn’t cry in front of you kids or your step-father, because I knew as quick as a whip and she’s more independent than anyone I know. She’s a clever one I tell you. It seems like whenever anyone in my family comes down with an illness, she has the cure. If you are living under my mom’s roof there’s absolutely no need for missing days off school because of some illness.

Just give her fifteen minutes to mix up a homemade remedy and you’re cured. On top of that, my mom is also very clever. If the check engine light lights up, my mom can take care of it. When the time to file taxes comes around, she’s got it. A lot of people look up to celebrities like Kim Sardinian or Jeremy Line. Now don’t get me wrong, those celebrities are incredible human being who’s hardworking, strong, clever and independent. I admire her courage and her resilience. She inspires me and my siblings to be better people