Mrs. D's teaching (biology/physiology) style for her classes is very challenging. By this I mean it was my hardest class and I never learned so much in just one class. Mrs. D. always showed love and support to all of her students. She would give the shirt off of her back for one of us. She has little inside jokes with most of her students and little nicknames, which provide a feeling of friendship. Not many teachers are capable of doing this. Mrs. D. has some kind of friendship with every student and she never has a favorite. She cares about all of us and we are all equal in her eyes. Everyone loves her and it makes me laugh to watch her day by day because she is so oblivious to the notion of everyone admiring her.
Martha D. is the goofiest, smartest, most elegant, modest, and most beautiful woman I have ever met. If I could be the smallest fraction of the person she is, I would be forever blessed with happiness. She is everything I dream of being and she will be forever known in my memory as my hero.
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