This improvised tutorial will deal with the essay telling readers about your Mum. They gave birth to us and then raised us, forgetting themselves. What colors does she like to wear and what suit her the most? If I needed company, I turned to my only friend – to my Mum.
Some people got enough love and care from their Mums, some didn’t. If it were difficult for you to answer these questions, then you may be at loss when you start writing your essay. Sometimes it is really easier for us to write about something abstract like the principles of equity, then to tell the readers about ourselves or our nearest and dearest. We played together, invented nicknames for each other and had lots of fun.
They help us go through our personal problems, motivate and direct us.
We are always going to be the smartest, sweetest and kindest for them. I enjoyed reading, imagining and creating my own games that other children were not interested in.
In personal essays one can write about his brightest memory of adolescence or the worst date ever. Since we were little kids they were with us, singing lullabies and comforting us when we were afraid of darkness. For them we are always the smartest, the kindest and the sweetest. I liked reading and imagining things that other children hardly liked.
Still what can be more personal and sacred then those who give us their warmth and affection? What would she prefer: knitting, horse riding or dancing? What do you like doing with her: walking, baking cakes or discussing politics? For me, it was much more interesting than running and shouting off the hook.
Essays might describe personal feelings, a particular event or person.
An essay’s aim might be to prove an abstract idea or give certain information, for example, about wire crafts or coffee making.
Some essays provide the readers with some specific information, e.g., about making coffee or wire crafts. The range of subjects such essays are dedicated to is rather large. Mothers are those who follow and influence us no matter how old we are.
Do not use too many words to avoid the so-called ‘heavy style’.