Heidi McMurry

McMurry, Heidi
October 2006
Teen Ink;Oct2006, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p34
The author describes the qualities of her mother which she believes make her a hero. She asserts that her mother is always there for her even through the hardest times. She claims that her mother has been very supportive on the things that she do. She recalls that when she was sick, her mother takes care of her and makes an effort to help her feel better.


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