“Happy Birthday hun! You’re finally sixteen. Oh mi pequeña princesa is growing up.” Momma said.
“Thanks Momma, but please don’t cry. Today is supposed to be muy buena!” I said.
“What do you want to do on your birthday?” Momma asked.
“Awww! Ma, I want absolutely nothing, but what I have right now, A happy family. And maybe, just maybe some money to buy a new birthday outfit, because I know how hard you guys work to keep a roof over my head, clothes on my back, and food on the table.” I said
Gary the protagonist in living up the street has a few traits that influence his relationships with others.
One he is caring , two, is sometimes a follower, three is worried.
These traits influence his relationships with others. ‘’ When his mother fainted he was very caring and loving. I know this because he did everything he could to help her feel better. I know this influences his relationship with others because this comes into play after he cared and helped his mother his, mother was immediately influenced and started to help and care for him when he was hurt
The topic I'm doing my research on is How does different cultures interact with money?, and because i picked this topic it had has to do with the use of money and the economy. I just wanted to elevate my topic and find out more things to it. Like how does different races and cultures deal with the use of money. Are the different cultures selfish, caring and other sorts of emotions towards that topic.
In Dione Alexander’s article, “Understanding How Money Works In Different Cultures”philanthropy.com (2012) Understanding How Money Works In Different Cultures. [online]. The author summarizes the text.
When we consider the issue of money, some might wonder how can you compare different cultures and how they deal with money. Dione Alexander addresses this question because we need to understand how different races feel about having a lot of money and what to do with it. How they would handle it and other sorts.
This photo represent me because its my hobbie its soemthing I like to do for fun. Sometimes when i'm upset or mad, I start to dance just to get my mind off of what i'm at orthe person i'm mad at. I love money,this photo represent me as being independent
So my predictions where some what right. Devon might come out of jail if the judge doesn't let her be seen as a guilty person. At this part of the story Devon is really happy but as her attorney starts mentioning all the charges Devon is charged with I got shocked myself. What I'm now understanding is that this isn't even Jail what shes going to go through is going to determine if she goes to jail.