Life of a Heroic Mother

Abby Kruger

About This Website

How many people do you know let go of his or her career to raise a family? My mom was someone who did just that. My mom, Bev Kruger, is a brave woman who decided that she wanted to be the one to raise her kids, not some babysitter. She quit her job in the advertising business to raise a loving family. I interviewed my mom about her experiences in advertising with a family. She tells about the ups and downs of working in advertising while being in charge of a family along with the sacrifices she had to make. Bev explains what she had to do, the decisions she made, and the lengths she had to go to get where she is today. Please keep reading and listening to experience the same joys and difficulties in my mom’s background.
SHORTENED CLIP OF MY INTERVIEW WITH MY MOM!

To listen to a short clip of my interview with my hero, click here!

MY FULL INTERVIEW WITH MY HERO: MY MOM

Click here to listen to the entire interview with my hero: my mom!

Beginning of the Research Paper

A Super Bowl commercial in 2016 costs about an average of five to six million dollars, for thirty seconds on TV (Siltanen). The very first commercial that aired on TV was on July first, 1941. It was an advertisement produced by a company named Bulova; a watch and clock fabricating company. This Bulova commercial was the starting arousement for the broadcasting of the Brooklyn Dodgers VS the Philadelphia Phillies. Even though this commercial was only ten seconds long, it clearly stated what the producer of the commercial was trying to get the audience to understand by using the catchy slogan the agency came up with; “America Runs on Bulova Time” (Mashable). Creating and producing a commercial requires a distinct characteristic in a person to be able to sacrifice his or her time and patience, money and effort, and have the ability to create, concoct, and construct a team with captivating ideas.
CLICK HERE TO READ THE REST OF MY RESEARCH PAPER!

This paper explains all of what it takes to create a commercial!

MY DEFINITION OF A TRUE HERO!

Click here to see my essay on what I think a hero is!

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My mom holding me in her arms while we are in a swimming pool. I was very happy at this moment at my Grandma's house.

MY ESSAY ON ELLEN DEGENERES, A.K.A. MY UNTOUCHABLE HERO

Take a look at my essay written about Ellen DeGeneres and her good deeds!

The One

The one who I look up to

The one who is always in a good mood

The one who makes really good food


The one who makes busy things flow

The one who drives me everywhere I go

The one who makes everyone say ‘woah’


The one who makes me laugh

The one who makes me smile

The one who I'm happy to see after a while

A Recipe for A Non-Disaster!

The Famous and Widely Known Rice Pilaf!


Ingredients:

2 cups of jasmine rice

A nickel sized bunch of spaghetti

3 tablespoons of butter

1 tablespoon of olive oil

2 cans of chicken broth

A pinch of salt


Step 1: Add oil and butter to pot, at medium-high heat

Step 2: Take the bunch of pasta and break it into small, 2-inch pieces and place in the butter and oil

Step 3: Add two cups of rice and stir until pasta turns slightly brown: about 30 seconds

Step 4: Add two cans of chicken broth along with a pinch of salt

Step 5: Bring to a boil

Step 6: Cover with lid and simmer for about 20 minutes; DO NOT STIR (main rule of rice)

Step 7: Rice is done once liquid has evaporated completely

~To check, take a knife and place it in the middle of the pot, all the way to the bottom of the pan and wiggle around to see if the liquid is gone. If still liquid, cover and cook for a few more minutes until evaporated

Step 8: Once done, keep covered, move off of the heat and do not stir until ready to serve

Step 9: Stir rice to mix rice pilaf, and serve

Step 10: ENJOY!!!

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