My Family : The Favorite Part Of My Life

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My family has served as the largest influence in my life. I couldn’t imagine growing up anywhere other than a small town in the heart of Texas. The tight knit community of Lampasas Texas is where I have lived my whole life, where I’ve met my friends, and where my sisters and I spent our childhood. My family is my favorite part of my life, I was born into an extremely close family consisting of my parents and my two sisters. Anyone who knows me knows how close my family and I are. For as long as I live, I will always have the opinion that my parents could not have raised us any better. One day I hope that my kids will think I am half as good a parent as I think mine are, and when I have children, I hope that I will able to raise them as…show more content…
She taught me to be confident and that being smart is attractive. From my mother, I learned to never judge a book by its cover. When she was diagnosed with cancer, she taught me that even in the toughest of circumstances, to never lose sight of hope, that there will always be a light at the end of the tunnel. My mother is the strongest woman I know, and in my opinion, the smartest, too. My father taught me to work hard and never give up. My dad taught me what a real man looks like, someone that takes care of and protects his family. And to always have faith in God, and always do right by him. And that kindness isn’t always obvious. My mom and dad are two perfect examples of kindness going completely unnoticed. They would do anything to make us happy, but keep us from being greedy. The lessons I learned from my childhood home will stick with me for the rest of my life. I hope that I will never be selfish, that I will always give back. That I will always give to those less fortunate than I am. That I will always be polite and dignified in everything that I do. I will do right by everyone no matter what. My family is everything I am. My family shaped me into the person I am today, and I will never be able to thank them enough for that. My parents believed in me, and for however much success I have throughout my life, I owe them

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