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People normally have a honeyed relationship with their mum and dad. However, I am the exception. If my grandma is a kangaroo, I should be the little one inside her bag. We have such chummy relationship because I live with her since I was a newborn baby. My grandma has short, curly and dense hair with black pearl color even though she is nearly 80. She loves laugh especially on jokes I made. When she is laughing, her eyes look like a pair of rainbow. Because of her optimistic personality, my home is harmonious and full of laughter all the time. I was affected a lot by my cheerful grandma. At my young age, she taught me that it is good to be brave, follow your heart and never give up no matter there is any difficulty discouraging you. For example, when I feel disappointed with the poor examination result, she would give me a hug with a sweet smell of rose came from her favorite hand cream, however, said with fish like smell (as she loves eat fish so much): "Girl, keep going. Have faith and work harder next time. I am here to support you always." She just like a farmer who keeps nurturing the positive power on me as time goes by. Grandma is thin, short and always wears ancient clothes. Her outfit may make her look weak but she is actually a capable woman who built a shell protecting me from those "monsters". I should have no worry as someone always stays behind me during my hard time. My grandma is a hardworking person and also the expert of making noise. When I was fighting with my assignment, she made some "background music" that kept drawing my attention. Except non-stop talking with her microphone voice, there was "ti ti dik dik" noise which came from my grandma's slippers because she was walking like a busy puppy along the corridor for doing housework. "Hey. Could you please stop for a while? I am working on my assignment. " "Of course not! I need to finish all the housework planned today. This is my responsibility to finish them as scheduled." That is quite annoying actually. However, I do admit her strong self-discipline and insistence. Nobody except yourself would keep remind you all the time. What you should do is to control yourself. Things are easier to be said than to be done. I am a lucky girl because I have grandma to be my role model showing me the things not mentioned in the textbook but I should bear in mind. "Work hard may worth nothing but you will certainly not succeed if you don't ever work hard". That is my grandma's motto. From her pair of rough and dry hand as well as the humpback, I could feel how hard she is in her life especially the efforts on my growth. Beyond giving birth, she gave everything she can from three simple but tasty meals, pocket money and tiny home to me. That's why I can focus on my study with little worries. I love her even though she is stubborn, troublesome and rude occasionally like my customers in boutique. "Grandma, I am no longer a baby doll. I know it is hard to not worrying me but please try to worry less. It is time for me to grow up and settle into the real world. Thanks for your love and care."
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An Essay On My Beloved Grandma

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              People normally have a honeyed relationship with their mum and dad. However, I am the exception. If my grandma is a kangaroo, I should be the little one inside her bag. We have such chummy relationship because I live with her since I was a newborn baby.
             
             
              My grandma has short, curly and dense hair with black pearl color even though she is nearly 80. She loves laugh especially on jokes I made. When she is laughing, her eyes look like a pair of rainbow. Because of her optimistic personality, my home is harmonious and full of laughter all the time. I was affected a lot by my cheerful grandma. At my young age, she taught me that it is good to be brave, follow your heart and never give up no matter there is any difficulty discouraging you. For example, when I feel disappointed with the poor examination result, she would give me a hug with a sweet smell of rose came from her favorite hand cream, however, said with fish like smell (as she loves eat fish so much):
             
              "Girl, keep going.
             
              Have faith and work harder next time.
             
              I am here to support you always. "
             
              She just like a farmer who keeps nurturing the positive power on me as time goes by. Grandma is thin, short and always wears ancient clothes. Her outfit may make her look weak but she is actually a capable woman who built a shell protecting me from those "monsters". I should have no worry as someone always stays behind me during my hard time.
             
              My grandma is a hardworking person and also the expert of making noise. When I was fighting with my assignment, she made some "background music" that kept drawing my attention. Except non-stop talking with her microphone voice, there was "ti ti dik dik" noise which came from my grandma's slippers because she was walking like a busy puppy along the corridor for doing housework.
             
              "Hey. Could you please stop for a while? I am working on my assignment. "
             
              "Of course not! I need to finish all the housework planned today.
             
              This is my responsibility to finish them as scheduled. "
             
              That is quite annoying actually. However, I do admit her strong self-discipline and insistence. Nobody except yourself would keep remind you all the time. What you should do is to control yourself. Things are easier to be said than to be done. I am a lucky girl because I have grandma to be my role model showing me the things not mentioned in the textbook but I should bear in mind.
             
              "Work hard may worth nothing but you will certainly not succeed if you don't ever work hard". That is my grandma's motto. From her pair of rough and dry hand as well as the humpback, I could feel how hard she is in her life especially the efforts on my growth. Beyond giving birth, she gave everything she can from three simple but tasty meals, pocket money and tiny home to me. That's why I can focus on my study with little worries. I love her even though she is stubborn, troublesome and rude occasionally like my customers in boutique.
             
              "Grandma, I am no longer a baby doll.
             
              I know it is hard to not worrying me but please try to worry less.
             
              It is time for me to grow up and settle into the real world.
             
              Thanks for your love and care. "
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