Free Essays on Grandma

  1. English-Notes

    LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD (A New Version) Little Red Riding Hood's mother says, 'Grandma is on the phone. She says she's ill. Why don't you get your motorbike and take some magazines?' 'OK,' says Little Red Riding Hood. 'I will.' 'Be careful with the traffic. Don't go too fast,' warns...

  2. Grandmas

    "Woosh"! The Grandmothers are flying off at each other. Grandma Dowdel from A Long Way from Chicago and my grandma are similar and different in so many ways by how they act what they say and look like. Grandma Dowdel acts very nasty and rude sometimes, but other times she can act very nice. Like when...

  3. Persuasive Paper

    Great-grandma If there were only one family member left, I wish it were you, great-grandma. You always trusted me, knew me inside and out, and you encouraged me all the time. You loved me more than anyone in the world. For all you were and all you gave me, I will always love you, great-grandma. It...

  4. The Living Doll

    The Living Doll Five Year old Annie Harrington and Grandma Harrington were walking down the lonely and pale street. “Grandma, Grandma, Can you buy me that doll?” Annie pointed her finger to the doll. The doll was waving 2 fingers in the air, from one side to another. She was white, and had...

  5. My Grandmother

    Every member of the family has the same “blood”. Another thing that has held a family together as strongly as blood was Grandma. My beloved Grandma is a very loving, strong, healing woman. She cared about each of our family member as well as each matter arise in our family. The most important thing...

  6. Beau

    Beau When I was little, I would wake up excruciatingly early just so I could sit with my grandma on her porch. She would make me a cup of milk with a tablespoon of coffee and loads of sugar. I remember talking with her; the taste of the lumps of sugar entangled in my memory. My mom was always working...

  7. My Inspirational Grandma

    “My Inspirational Grandma” Have you ever imagine how your life would be different if a key person were not in it, like a mother, father, spouse, or child? Some people are so integral to making us who we are that without them; our very identity would be changed. My grandmother is a key figure...

  8. Childrens Literature Short Story

    up into a ponytail. She knew her grandma would be happy that she had remembered to pull her hair back. Thinking of her grandma always made Chelsea smile. Her grandma was so much fun to be with and she liked to teach Chelsea new things. Today, finally, her grandma was going to teach Chelsea how to...

  9. Three Century Women

    centuries and is now at her old folks home being interviewed by the TV. I think that the round character in this story Meghan and the flat character is Grandma Breckenridge . In the book, ‘Three Century Woman”, Meghan is considered a round character. I know this because she changes during the story. In...

  10. Living Towards My Dream

    Pennsylvania. Streaks of lightning lit up the dark night as the rumble of thunder grew louder and louder. I was sitting in front of the fire pit while my grandma continued to knit her sweater peacefully. It had been 3 hours since my parents left for a private meeting with a lawyer, Mr. Thomas Jay. Images of...

  11. Childhood

    Memory from Childhood with Grandma When I was a child, I met a new place with my family. This place is a small place but very beautiful. Its name is Zacatecas. It has like 100 hectares in area. Its weather is very hot in the summer, but in the fall it is cool. It has some trees. The Zacatecas is...

  12. Some People Never Change

    As one anonymous critic wrote, “Grandma is a woman who believes in God.” (id=4765) However she has strayed and tends to lean on impulse of want to guide her. The short story “A Good Man is Hard to Find” (Flannery O'Connor) was darker than I had expected. Grandma is a person that never understands...

  13. Possum Magic

    Magic is about two possums; one of which does magic. Grandma Poss turned her granddaughter invisible, in which Hush (the granddaughter) had many adventures. But eventually she became sick of being invisible and wanted to see herself again, but Grandma Poss didn’t know a spell to turn her visible again...

  14. A Memory at Grandmas

    envied her. She was a stubborn woman. The old porch swing covered in dew was located in the front yard of the house. That had been there since my Grandma had moved to her home. It was still there hanging from the huge apple tree; the tree was glistening with red delicious apples begging to be picked...

  15. Koko

    square and full of sand is made to keep in whoever is placed there much like a coffin. • Using a toy shovel busily covering herself with sand, the grandma is symbolically digging her own grave. • Grandma’s dilemma is prevalent throughout the US, the spiritual sterility of life in a highly materialized...

  16. Grandma Steals

    English 1 “Something I found out about my grandma” Final Essay: A few years ago I took my grandma to a buffet in our neighborhood called “The King’s Table”. My grandma doesn’t go out to dinner very often because she doesn’t like to spend money on herself. I knew that she absolutely loved buffets...

  17. Incident

    What would you do if your little brother was getting scolded by your grandma just because he forgot to finish up a chore in the house then was just punished right after? Well, I would back up my brother and scold her back. In the morning, the sun rose and the sky was clear and white clouds...

  18. A Christmast Surprise for Gramma

    A Christmas Surprise for Grandma by Gloria J. Shuttleworth Grandma lived on Sugar Creek Mountain all alone. It was a beautiful mountain, with tall cedar trees all over the mountain top. In the middle of the mountain was a crystal clear lake. The water in the lake was the prettiest blue you've ever...

  19. ttmi

    gate. Dear Grandma,  Hey grandma how are ypu doing?! Well I hope. Im doing grate by the way excpecialy in school. In my engeenering class I have figured out a way to count the majority vote in the white house. I know your thinking how in the world did I do that if I don’t work in the white house on a...

  20. Anolgy

    should people know; whats most important, I went to bed stressing about writing something special. When I finally sat down the next day to write about grandma, I thought and thought. I wrote and scratched and threw out paper after paper. I wanted to include so many things that my mind was scattered in every...

  21. Myth of American Dream

    you want in your life with willpower and having a purpose. One person comes to my mind, which fits the “American success story” and she is my Grandma. My Grandma was born in Ireland into a poor family with twelve brothers and sisters. Her one hobby growing up was Irish dancing but could not afford the...

  22. Lost in Yonkers Summary

    Lost in Yonkers is set in 1942 Yonkers, New York, in the living room in Grandma Kurnitz's upstairs apartment. Downstairs is Kurnitz's Kandy Store, where Grandma and her daughter, Bella, work. As the scene opens, two boys, Arty and Jay, sit uncomfortably on the couch waiting for their Father, Eddie, to...

  23. Deconstruction of "The Jade Peony"

    child interested in Grandma’s traditional customs. Sek-Lung accompanies Grandma as looks for abandoned fragments of glass and metal to finish her precious wind chime before she passes. As Sek-Lung spends time bonding with Grandma, she also reveals her past and first love “the juggler”. Setting The...

  24. Memoir

    whispered something to Daddy. After that, her and Grandma were out the door. Mommy kissed me goodbye and scurried out the door. I didn't know what was going on at the time. I just figured they would be home soon. When we ate dinner Mommy and Grandma were still out. I said to Daddy, "Where's Mommy?"...

  25. Trip to Canada

    about my grandma. Grandma Rosie moved to Canada ten years before I was born. Daddy used to say how much he missed his mother. I had never met my grandma Rosie until my high school years. We only spoke on the phone and sometimes wrote each other letters. During Christmas and birthdays, Grandma would send...

  26. Harges

    The Young Man, 25, a good-looking, well-built boy in a bathing suit Mommy, 55, a well-dressed, imposing woman Daddy, 60, a small man; gray, thin Grandma, 86, a tiny, wizened woman with bright eyes The Musician, no particular age, but young would be nice Note. When, in the course of the play, Mommy...

  27. Grandma's House

    delicious smell of the warm cookies overwhelmed my senses as I walked up to the small cottage that grandma lived in "Grandma, I'm home." I announced as I bounced into the kitchen early one Friday afternoon.  Grandma was always baking something these days, she especially liked to bake bread, but today she was...

  28. A Clash of Philosophies: Seymour Glass vs the Misfit

    Sitting on the other bed, he watches her. Then he takes a gun from his baggage and shoots himself in the head. A good man is hard to find The grandma tries to persuade her son, Bailey, and his wife to take the household to east Tennessee for vacation instead of Florida. She points out an item about...

  29. Truth Is It Good or Evil

    This sums up the way the grandma in a “Good Man Is Hard To Find” is in a nutshell. Superficial would also be a good word to describe the way in which Grandma lived her life. Her whole existence on earth was unrealistic and to a certain extent surreal. Grandma led a life of not knowing...

  30. Grandma's Room

    Grandma’s Room Long ago when I was just a little girl, I loved being with my grandma Dorissa. She was a loving, caring, and sweet kindhearted person. My grandmother would always pick me up from school and would take me to the grocery store with her, to pick up a few things. She would let me pick...