Letter to Host Family
Dear Host Family,
My name is Chidimma, fondly called Dimma by my loved ones. I am 23 years old, born January 15th 1995.
I am a young woman from Anambra, Nigeria.
Here in Anambra I live with my father and my three younger siblings oluebube (13), Adaeze (6) and oluoma ( 3) And I spend my holidays with my mother who is separated from my father. My father is a lawyer and my mum a civil servant in ministry of education.
My family is very important to me. Coming from a broken home it is love, care and understanding that binds and sees us through difficult times.
I am very good with children having been the one taking care of my siblings in the absent of my parents. I made my greatest experience with children taking care of my siblings, cousins and sometimes my neighbours children. Children can express and be themselves around me, because most people don't know that you can learn from children as much as they learn from you.
I have a dream of seeing the world because you can't see it from the books or staying in a place but living and seeing it with your eyes, learning different cultures, people their local dishes, dance and history.
What better way of living my dreams by doing what I love which is to take care of children.
I describe myself as an open, friendly, organized, loyal, caring, hard-working who laughs often and a patient person with a sense of responsibility which is very important to me. i love to read, cook and tryout new recipes, watch movies and go for sight seeing when I can.
At the moment, i am preparing for my one year law school. Which will end on the August of 2019.
If i stay with your family, I will love, care and respect your family as it was mine, and I hope to have fun with your family, learn our different cultures from each other.
I wish you a great day and thank you for taking time to get to know me a little bit better. I hope you like my letter. I look forward to hearing from you.