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  • Personal Essay: My Amazing Grandma

    My Amazing Grandma Most people could say that the perfect grandmother does not exist. I actually disagree. What I know for a fact is that my grandmother is perfect. My grandmother is perfect in every way; the way she dresses, the way she moves, the way she behaves, the way she speaks, etcetera. Sometimes, I just think that it could be great, if I could be a little bit of what she is. Her great personality is full of other amazing qualities. I’m going to start by describing the way my grandma looks like. At first sight, if one doesn’t know her like I do, they would say she always wears oldies clothes, bright colored clothes, but if one does know her as I do, they could notice that she dresses all kind of clothes; sportive, cheap, informal,…

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  • Summary Of My Grandma The Poisoner

    When I signed up to read “My Grandma the Poisoner” I did so because the title jumped out at me more than my other options. When I went into reading it I wasn’t quite sure if the title was going to be an accurate representation of what I was about to read, or if it was a more abstract, attention-seeking move. I was slightly shocked when I found that the title was a direct, even blunt, representation of the story that I was beginning to read. This title is an interesting move on the part of the…

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  • Analysis Of My Grandma The Poisoner

    “My Grandma The Poisoner” is an online article written by John Reed and posted by VICE. The content in this article recounts the story of a grandmother who took up the habit of poisoning people. The author tells of his childhood, and the strange and seemingly impossible occurrences that plagued his life. Mysterious bagged bodies of dead animals, people sleeping for 72 hours consecutively, and the most disturbing piece of the puzzle is the fact that 5 people found themselves talking their final…

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  • The Importance Of My Relationship With Grandma

    When I think of Grandma, now that she is gone, the words that come to mind are, “Oh, what a great!” I know it sounds odd because we normally think of famous athletes as “The Greats”. Grandpa was one of “The Greats” at OSU in football, but to me, Grandma should be considered one of “The Greats” according to how people live their lives. She lived her life to the fullest, while all along teaching us so much. If I think of the different times in my life and how grandma impacted them, they all had…

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  • My Grandma The Poisoner Analysis

    In My Grandma the Poisoner, the author John Reed gives a hook to the reader right away. The beginning scene and title is an image of the Reed as a child watching his grandmother weeping in her bedroom. The scene is set up to show the reader what is going through Reed 's eyes and then moves to another scene. It starts with the house and how Reed spent most of his childhood there, the diction he uses sets the tone of a reflective acrimony, describing it as “disgusting” and shows the reader in…

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  • My Grandma Mac's Life

    When I was about five years old, my parents ' got divorced. My dad moved back to the state I was born in, while I stayed with my mom in Arkansas. Every once and awhile I would have visits with my dad, he would come pick us up and take us back to Iowa. I mean, I understand now why my sister and I had to spend time with my dad there. But then, I was 5 and all I knew is that daddy wasn’t around for the past month. I was without a doubt, the biggest mommy’s girl and I hated having to leave her. I…

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  • Description Of My Great Grandma

    Mayme Chase Most people do not get the pleasure of knowing their great grandmother. I am one of the lucky few that had the chance to meet my great grandma, Mayme Chase. Mayme Chase was 99 years and 9 months old when she passed away. My parents named me Elizabeth Chase so that I could be named after her. She was not like the ordinary elderly person though. Most people in their 90’s are sick and dying but she lived like a teenager until her last day. Mayme Chase was a very persistent lady. She…

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  • My Traveling Grandma Madeline

    My traveling grandma Madeline I am going to discuss about my traveling grandma Madeline living situation these days. My grandma now lives in San Diego, California she has lived in United States for the past 16 years now. Before coming to the United States she lived in Jordan for 4 years and prior to that she was living in Bagdad, Iraq independently she had own her own apartment. The city that she lives in currently is El Cajon, CA, which is a city in San Diego. Which has the largest culture of…

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  • My Grandma Role Model

    man thinketh so is he”, a verse from the bible noted by my Grandmother in the interview. Providing the listener with some of my Grandma’s strength as a person and view on her life. Being able to overcome alcoholism is one thing, but becoming a counselor for chemical dependency is another. My Grandma is a very strong lady and has been a great role model for many to look up to, even me ever since I was a little kid. Simply looking at my Grandma’s history: being sober for 51 years, beating many…

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  • The Significance Of My Grandpa And Grandma Kidd

    As you have read my all time favorite lullaby, let me explain to you the significance about this meaningful lullaby. To start off, my grandma Kidd was my all time favorite she was there for me whenever i needed her. I remember as a kid my parents would take us kids on a weekend trip to my grandma and grandpa Kidd’s house. We lived in Piper City which is towards Champaign area. My grandparents were living in Peoria, so we had a decent drive to see them. Sometimes one of us four girls would get…

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