How do you write about someone special?
Example Letter #1 I feel so lucky to have you as part of my life now and always in my heart. You will never really know how special you are to me. You give me strength on days when I am feeling weak. You brighten my day with words of encouragement.
How is your mother different from your father?
Father is generally considered as the head of the family. He has to take care of the basic needs of the household. Mother on the other hand takes care of the in-house functions of the home. Father takes care of the members of the family by earning income through a job.
Why does my mom inspire?
Thanks, Mom! My mom is my inspiration because she taught me to always treat others as I would want to be treated, to stand up for those who need it, and to stay strong in the face of adversity. I carry these lessons around with me everywhere I go and remember them when I am faced with a new challenge or opportunity.
Who is the most special person in your life?
You are the most special person in my life. In life, we meet so many people, but there are those that are more special than others, you are my special person. Despite all your imperfections, I have fallen in love with you; you are the magic in my life. You are the most special person that I would love to keep forever.
Why do my parents and I fight so much?
Clashes like these are very common between teens and parents — teens get angry because they feel parents don’t respect them and aren’t giving them space to do what they like, and parents get angry because they aren’t used to not being in control or they disagree with the teens’ decisions.
Who is right mom or dad?
You should only capitalize “mom” and “dad” when they are used as a name. Whenever they are preceded by “my” they should not be capitalized. For example, when writing “I love you, Mom,” you would capitalize “mom” because “Mom” is used as a name.
Who is a mother and a father?
A parent is a mother or father. Your mom and your dad are your parents, and one of their jobs is to parent you. We’re all born to parents, and many of us also have step parents, foster parents, or adoptive parents who parent us.