“An important lesson that I’ve learned how to do in my life was how to cook. My mother would always be the one to make dinner since my father didn’t even know how to make scrambled eggs. When she would be cooking, little me would always want to help her. It would start off with small easy things such as washing produce, shucking corn, or setting the table. As time went by, I slowly advanced to cutting the produce to even cooking the meal itself. Slowly as time went by, my mother started to cook dinner less and less creating a thing called ‘do your own’ which would mean we had to cook dinner for ourselves. Because of this, it helped younger me want to start cooking more and more. Not only developing it as a basic life skill but it also helped me discover my love and passion for cooking. Though this isn’t really a life lesson this is still an important lesson that I’ve learned how to do in my life.”


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