Grandparent Essay Topics

Grandparent raising their grandchildren and the social implication

In American society, grandparent have been involved in the issues of raising their grandchildren in situation where the parent are not available, unwilling or not able to give sufficient care for their children. In other instances grandparent participate in taking care of their grandchildren even if the situation of parent are willing to care for… View Article

Obama Care: Curse or Blessing

I was visiting my grandparents the other day. We were just sitting around talking about what had been happening in each other’s lives. My grandmother was telling me all the local gossip and my grandfather was interrupting her every minute trying to tell her story for her. When the conversation turned to politics and how… View Article

Compare and Contrast Grandparents’ Importance

“Few can bring the warmth we can find in their embrace, and little more is needed to bring love than the smile on their face. They’ve a supply of precious stories, yet they’ve time to wipe a tear, or give us reasons to make us laugh. They grow more precious through the years. I believe… View Article

My Scarf (Sentimental Value)

Anyone has something that they would consider as a sentimental value, mine would be a scarf. Yes, a scarf, and this scarf is really special to me. It’s not like any other scarf you would see on any shelves in any stores. This one is knitted and handmade by me and my grandmother. We made… View Article

Joyce Maynard’s: “Honoring Mothers: Four Generations”

Written by authorJoyce Maynard, the essay, “Honoring Mothers: Four Generations”, begins with a description of the relationship between mother and daughter. The first few lines illustrate how a daughter, typically, would grow up to be much like her mother. (“The kind of mother I am is all wrapped up with the kind of mother I… View Article

“My Grandmother Would Rock Quietly and Hum” by Leonard Adame

My Grandmother Would Rock Quietly and Hum by Leonard Adame is a remembrance of his grandmother who was an important part of his childhood. Through the memories of his dead grandmother he is able to show the readers his appreciation and love toward the beloved and kind Mexican deceased. The poem has amazing imagery setting,… View Article

Horses of the Night Notes

Vanessa was 6 years old, and Shallow Creek was a very cold environment o”No leaves grew…breath of seals and polar bears snuffled out steamily and turned to ice” – IMAGERY •Chris was fifteen when Vanessa met him •”…let him stay at the Brick House.”  significance? •”…high low-sweeping spruce trees shutting out the sun with… View Article

On Golden Pond

Mark Rydell’s “On Golden Pond” is a drama that emphasizes the stages people of various ages endures. Utilizing Erik Erikson’s Psychosocial Stages as learned in Dr. Malone’s class, each of the main characters can be placed within a stage and their age-related crises analyzed. As this film is a drama, it was relatable to the… View Article

Senior Citizen

Senior Citizens What is the most important problem that senior citizens face today- Deteriorating health, malnutrition, lack of shelter, fear, depression, senility, isolation, boredom, non-productivity, and financial incapacity are the most common problems that senior citizens all over the world face today. These problems can be grouped into two categories that relate to the physical… View Article

My relationship with nature

It goes without saying that one cannot live without nature. Nature has a great deal to teach. Every landscape is the gift given by nature. As I sit at the window, listening to the rain rustling, I turn on the lights, and start to reflect on the lost memories about my childhood with nature. I… View Article