The Best Teacher Forever A.k. A My Second Mother
Let me tell you about my best teacher forever, in fact you can call her my second mother. She is loving, caring, trustworthy, helpful, protecting, and patient. I tell her all my secrets, feelings, and problems and I know that she will keep them in confident.
This relationship started three years ago. The minute I walked into the school I felt happy. The reason I felt this way was because I knew there was going to be a teacher I could count on when I have a problem. A teacher who always shows that she loves her student like if she had her own child. A teacher who gives her student a hug when she is going through a big situation. A teacher who always says' I will always be there for you no matter what.' A teacher who cares about her student' s education like a mother does. The second person I would go to if I had a problem. A teacher who I can rely on and come back and say'' Thank You for everything you have done for me.' A teacher who protects you like a mother would. A teacher who always is patient In helping you.
When I met her I knew that there was going to be a connection. I knew that somehow there was that special person that I can always go to. I also know that your first friends can be a teacher. I knew that when I met her I can call her ' my second mother.' When the day comes for me to leave this building it will be hard to let her go because she was a person I look up to.
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