The Better Side Of April Raintree

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The Better Side Of April Raintree

Helen Keller once said, “when one door of happiness closes another opens; but often we look so long at the closed door that we do not see the one which has been opened for us.“ The key to not only surviving, but also thriving in extreme circumstances is not to give up, but to keep ongoing because in the end it`ll all be worth it. There are many events that occur during the novel (Beatrice Cullen April Raintree) that might make you lose hope but even when Cheryl dies, April finds hope, and promises to continue. April had people in her life that truly loved her and were by her side that believed in her, and that cared for her. She found a job at a law ...view middle of the document...

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When April was finally free from the foster home care, she started working at the law estate office as a secretary, where she meets Roger. She soon started with her romance life April going through the marriage and divorce with Bob, this taught her a lot about how to trust people and to not commit to certain things too quickly. Even though April might have been sad at one point with the divorce, it was good for her to learn and be able to move on so easily so it was a good life lesson. Later on after the divorce Roger comes back into her life and they become close friends and start spending a lot of time together. After Cheryl`s funeral Roger tells April, “take as much time as you need, April. Then call me. I`ll be waiting for you. “(171) He really did care for her and love her and he admits that he liked her before“I liked you...“ (124) Then he added, “Well, the most important thing is that I liked you then and I like you now “(124). Everything turned out perfect with her love life she found her ``prince charming`` so as Mrs. Dion once said, “remember there's always a reason. “(24)
Despite the fact that, they might not have all been great times throughout her life she can learn from them. She can figure out how to end up a reliable, responsible and caring mother if one day she decides to have children or even only for Henry. At the point when April discovers that, Cheryl has a three-year-old boy she can hardly wait to meet the piece of Cheryl that will in any case live on. When April met Henry, it gave her expectation for what has to come. It gave April something to strive for and to be better. In...

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