What I Did Make Me Who I Am Today Essay

1125 Words Mar 8th, 2016 5 Pages
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There are many things I could say that make me who I am today. I could start at being a female in a sexist world and go on about being four foot eleven in height. Those are definitely two factors that contribute to who I am. I am reminded daily of three main things that make me who I am today. With having to become so independent so fast, and trying to figure out how a guy should treat me, as well as realizing all the sacrifices my mother made for me, I realized that nothing comes easy, and good things come to those who wait. . Those three things have made me who I am, and I wouldn’t change it for the world. My parents divorced in 2000, and soon after my mom and I moved to Dallas. I was only one so I didn 't know exactly what was going on. It soon became apparent that I wasn 't going to have a normal childhood. I did not participate in donuts for dads or muffins for moms. My mom was not apart of the Parents club, nor did she surprise me for lunch. My mom didn 't have time to help me with my homework, and I realized I couldnt rely on her to help me. I was involved in many things in school. I remember my debut play as Glinda, Witch of the West from The Wizard of Oz. My mom warned me before I even tried out that she wasn 't going to be able to make it. It wasn 't because she didn 't want to, she just couldn 't afford to not work those hours. It was a choice in our household. It was either mommy works and we have food on the table, or mommy comes to everything…

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