There is a catch to this week’s challenge: I don’t want you to use the word itself, but to illustrate what resilience means to you.
This weeks challenge is “Language”
French was not a favorite subject of Katie’s and she hated the homework that went with the class.
She’d bring home her homework and her mother would always insist on helping her with French as she was failing the class. Her mother would make her write out un, deux, trois, quatre, cinq, six, and so on until she’d hit one hundred. Katie did this for a month hating her mother for making her do this.
Then there was practicing the language itself. Not only did Katie have to write out sentences, but she also had to memorize them and translate them into English.
At the end of the school year, Katie received an award in French for “Most Improved French Student”. Everything her mother made her do, paid off in the end with persistence.
This was written for V.J.’s Weekly Challenge.
In the forest, I’m engulfed by trees
Lush and green, with hints of pine aroma
Wildflowers carpeting the floor
Adding to the beauty of nature
Here is where I want to be
Away from the noise of the city