In every person’s lifeIn every person’s life

In every person’s life, there is a person they aspire to be like, someone that is always by your side to guide you, someone that affects many different aspects of your life, someone you admire. Of all the people I have encountered in my life, the people I admire the most are my mom and dad. They bring me comfort, trust, love, and affection. They have different personalities and traits that bring happiness to their lives, and even though they have not done something astounding like finding the cure to Cancer or flying into space, everything they do is amazing and exemplary in my eyes because I always have fun with them, they are the most knowledgeable people I know, and they love me no matter what.
My mom is my most intimate friend; we always enjoy going places and adventuring. A moment never goes cold with her. I remember when I was about seven she took me to her painting class. Both of us have always shared a love for painting. At the art studio, my mom had a designated spot for her work and supplies, and that day I got my own special spot too. My mom was painting these gorgeous, red and blue fabrics, and I was painting the art teacher’s cats with my neon and gold paints. My mom has always inspired me to improve in the work I do, like she did that day. I felt so special and cared for, and we had so much fun together.
Much as my mom, my dad is very humorous and fun to be around, and he can always succeed at making me laugh. I love it when my dad takes me and my brother out for lunch at our favorite restaurant, something only he does. We always order lemonade, lunch, and a lot of deserts, and we talk about everything, from how our day went to the most comical jokes. I can always trust my dad with anything. I learned that most people believe that the most precious moments are rare ones, but I believe that the little moments are the most memorable, and I will always remember the magnificent daily dinners with my dad.
Whenever I am feeling under the weather, my mom is always there for me to make me feel better and help me out. She always has the best advice that helps me make the right choices and leave my problems aside. I remember when I was about eight years old, there was a boy in my classroom who made fun of me, and on this day, he made me feel utterly horrible, and I came home crying. My mom immediately realized that something was wrong, and we talked it out. She told me many wise and comforting words- that she would do whatever she could to help me, that I should always stand up for myself, that all of the rude comments were false, that no matter how rude someone might be, you have to be patient, that nobody you meet is perfect, and that she loved me. I have carried out that advice throughout my life, and it has shaped me and helped me deal with the most difficult situations.
Similarly, my dad always knows the comforting words to say when I feel bad. He is very sage, and I can always learn something important from his words. I recall in fourth grade, there was a very repulsive and loathsome bully in my class who had bothered me so much that day, I had to see the counselor so that I could calm down. When I told him what had happened that day, he was very upset that I had been picked on, but he said he was proud that I stood up for myself. He hugged me and told me many loving words, and I felt so much better and comfortable afterwards.
My mom and dad are the people who comfort me, wipe my tears, support me, make me laugh, listen to me, give me confidence, watch me grow, and inspire me to be a better person every day. These two people, who both share the roles as my parents, have shaped me and my values. Their two different personalities have given me my character.