Fifth grade composition my grandma
There are many people I respect in my life, but my grandmother deserves my most respect.
My grandmother is not tall, she has silver hair on her head, and her head lines and eye corners are heavy. Since she was seventy-three years old and had very few teeth falling, she was inlaid with two sets of dentures, her ears were a little deaf, and sometimes I couldn't hear what we were talking about. There are also some presbyopia in the eyes. Wear presbyopic glasses when you work or when you are chanting.
I found that Grandma's hands were full of thick and hard calluses, which was proof of her participation in labor in her life. Every day at half past two in the morning, my grandmother was going to plant and pick vegetables to sell in the field. At that time, the sky with no fingers could not be seen, and the darkness was suffocating. The surrounding area is completely dark. As for the sky, it is confused and chaotic. Just like the white sky of fish belly, the mist is deep.
Busy until 9:30 in the morning, she stepped on the heavy tricycle and the fresh vegetables on the cart to sell at the market, and went home until 11:30 noon to cook for the family. After eating, after packing Coaxed two cousins for six months to sleep, and then went into the busy again-sweeping the street, once I saw my grandmother wiping sweat on the road, facing the hot sun, watching her My clothes can almost screw out water, and my heart felt sour. Until 4.30 pm, the grandmother had to return to the field to do farm work, and at 8 pm cook for the family.
My grandmother's cycle has been like this almost every day in her life. She never stopped, because her grandparents passed away. Mom and Dad had to go to work to maintain their family affairs. Mom did n’t have to go to school to take me to her grandma ’s house. Grandma turned my teeth and teeth into a sensible me now. In the past twelve years, my grandmother has no complaints and no regrets, but she has never asked for returns in selfless dedication. Isn't that enough to make me respect?
Grandma, thank you. It was you who brought me to your hands with both hands. Grandma I love you!