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             Virtually everyone has someone that they admire. Most of my friends Admire movie stars like Tom Cruise or superstar athletes like the Miami Dolphins' linebacker Zach Thomas. Have you ever thought about who you admire? Well, I certainly have! The person I admire the most is neither world famous or a multimillionaire. I save my admiration for my mother. She is a leader and not a follower and the difference is that as a leader and not a follower she is Dependable,supportive,and attentive.
             First of all, I worship the very ground that my mom walks on becuase I know that I can depend on her. She is a natural born leader. I remember when I was seven years old and the vile measles virus was wreaking havoc on my body and my immune system. My mom took care of me better then any follower I know. She did things her own way, which once again goes to show you a great leader. She monitored my fever, and she gave me sprite so that I wouldn't get dehydrated. During my convalescence, she kept a constant vigil, like a soldier, by my bedside. I know I couldn't have it made it through that ordeal if it weren't for my mother.
             Secondly, I hold my mother in the highest esteem becuase she is very supportive of me. Becuase I am a budding thespian, I am in drama club at school and my mom supports me by attending all of my plays. When I landed the coveted role of Juliet my mom burst into tears of joy. She faithfully transported me to and from various rehearsals and she didn't complain once! She sat in the front row on opening night and not like the rest of the followers towards the back during the night of our adaptation of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. My mom vociferously led the audience into giving me and the rest of the leader's three curtain calls. Her love and support made me feel like an academy award winning super-star and it was such a wonderful night.
             Subsequently,my mom has my admiration becuase she is very attentive of my needs.