One of the chapters that stood out to me the most in "The House On Mango Street" was Those Who Don't. In the beginning of the chapter it starts off talking about how others judge them without knowing them at all. This stood out to me because no matter where you go there is going to be someone judging you without knowing anything about you. After that she turns around and starts talking bad about the people who are judging her. In the chapter the author says ‘They are stupid people who are lost and got here by mistake.’ This makes me feel like she is being a hypocrite because you can tell how she doesn’t like random people judging her but then she does it right back.
My biggest influence is my grandpa. No matter what I’m going through he is there to let me know everything is going to be ok and he always puts a smile on my face. My grandpa is so nice to everyone and no matter what happens he is always in a good mood. He like to help anyone he can just because it makes him happy as well. I look up to him for this reason. When I’m with my grandpa there is never a dual moment. We are always finding something to do even if it’s just working on a car that doesn’t really need fixed.