Grace Kelly Grace Kelly Had two roles in life, she was a Hollywood star and then became Princess of Monaco. She used these completely different roles to display her simple charming style, influencing the world at the same time, “as Grace Kelly the actress, she gave us some of the
I grew up watching my mother strive to give me a better life and become a better person. Amongst great difficulty, she decided to finish school and attend university. Her hard work and determination have marked and defined my life. Every day she had to work, then go to university and later take care of me. She excelled in every aspect of her life, teaching me that the impossible is overcome through hard work and
Hi, there first name is Christina, last name is Cepeda. It's a pleasure to finally meet you! You should know that the only reason you were able to recognize me is because I am 5 feet, 7 inches tall, not skinny, more on the average side (I'd like to think).
Doris is my great-great aunt born on November 25, 1917, in Salina, Kansas. Nowadays if someone is born anywhere other than a hospital it is weird, but then it was not. Doris was born in her house. She lived in a 2-story house with a “big room”, also known as a living room, on the main floor and one bedroom upstairs. Doris’s family consisted of 5 people altogether: Mom, Hilma; Dad, Carl; 2 brothers (LeRoy, they also called him Sandy, and Lauren), and Doris. Doris was the youngest by eleven years. She lived in Salina during the Dust Bowl, she was 12 years old when the first storm hit.
Mrs. Crawford is survived by one son, George Crawford; one brother, Jimmy Holbrook; one sister, Theresa Duckworth; two grandchildren, Kristen Lognion and Brooke Crawford; three great-grandchildren, Sarah Brooke Terry, Anthony Lognion and Charlie Lognion.
I ain’t Thompson Bright from Toolafalls, Mississippi?” That just proves that he’s had all those names and says he’s been from those places. He didn’t want to marry Lucynell he just wanted the car and the money although, the old lady wanted to get rid of her
Her parents were always hard workers,caring,dependable, would give teach you anything you would know. They are very respectful people. My mom’s words of wisdom is always be yourself and tell people how you feel,dream big,be grateful,give lots of love and laughters. Heather had a dream of having a big family of her own and also to be happy and to have a good carrier that she would enjoy. My mom left the house at the age of 18 she moved with her fiance in rudolph. She had a kid at the age of 21. She stayed home because of my big brother. When he was older she went back to what she was doing in the first place. My mom was working in a nursery
Kristin Plenger is a transgender woman living in the Tri-Cities area near the Tennessee and Virginia border. Born in California, Kristin has come to call the mountains of Appalachia her home and is working with others to create a new and thriving transgender community in her region. Working with organizations like PFLAG, Equality Virginia, Tennessee Transgender Coalition and Tri-Cities Transgender, Kristin is working to give people the support she wished she had in her struggle to be herself. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her friends, boyfriend and family, including her many nieces and nephews,. She also enjoys hiking in the beauty of the Appalachian mountains and exploring the incredible trails and parks of her new home. Kristin
Cathy Gernack, also known as my mom, is my hero because she satisfies many of the heroic qualities we discussed in class. She is brave, giving, and determined on a daily basis. She is currently employed as an Intensive Care Neonatal Nurse at Kaiser Permanente here in San Leandro. She was born and raised in Alberta, Canada. After she graduated from High School, she attended the University of Alberta and received her bachelor’s degree. In 1999, she was given an offer to move to Hawaii where she would be working at the Kaiser Permanente hospital in Honolulu. She graciously accepted the offer and brought my dad along with her as they started a new life in another country. On August, 26th 2000, I was born in Honolulu, Hawaii. In 2002, my mom, my dad, and I moved to Boise, Idaho where my little brother was born. When I was four, we all moved here to San Leandro and have lived here ever since.
Given the gift of life June 5, 1981, it is now time to give it back. Sherri Lynn Folsom of Kansas City, Kansas passed away peacefully in her home of Carmel-By-The-Sea, California September 14, 2077. She is survived by her two children, Ariana Kaylyn McGill (74) and Hunter Michael Dean Folsom (64), four grandchildren, five great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren. Sherri was an only child, but is also survived by her two dearest friends Belinda Froetschner (Overland Park, KS) and Nicole Ramirez (Kansas City, KS), whom she cherished as sisters. She was preceded in death by her generous and loving parents, Bobbie D. and Diana K. Hardesty (Tilley) and her husband Justin M. Folsom.
this hardship. When I interviewed Kelly Mitchell about her Aunt Deena dying from cancer she
Tracy Riggs began her career as an ambitious hair stylist in Philadelphia and set out to hone and master the craft of hair dressing and her hard work paid off with an offer for a freelance position as a platform artist showcasing her techniques in London, Barbados and Trinidad for a product line in front of 100's of hair dressers. Tracy's passion for health well being and hair care lead her to her next mission "doing hair with a purpose" she started growing women out of there relaxers nearly 14 years ago, educating and encouraging women of color to love the hair they were born with and assuring them they could still wear there hair straight.
My Mother, My Hero In 1859 Henry Ward Beecher said, "the mother’s heart is the child’s schoolroom." I believe that statement because of experiences I’ve had with my own mother. I have learned more about life from her than from my 15 years of schooling. Over the last 20 years my mother has taught me many valuable lessons just by being a living example of compassion, thoughtfulness, and generosity. She is an angel that has protected and carried me throughout life.
The interviewee was born in Portland, Maine in 1942, and is seventy-five years old. She had four older brothers, one older sister, and has a younger sister who is three years younger than her and whom is her best friend. She has two sons, one daughter, and five grandchildren. Unfortunately, one of her grandsons died at the age of four from Canavan disease. Her and
Mom grew up here in Saskatoon, and she was raised in extreme poverty. She was born to a single mother who became blind before having her; Her father as absent from her life. She was the youngest child out of thirteen children not