It's Never Enough, It's Never too Lateby Charlisa D. Boyd
George's childhood gives
George Washington was born to Augustine and Mary, both of whom were orphans. Augustine father brought children from an earlier marriage, making this a blended family. Augustine died when George was a tender age of eleven. For several years after that he was raised by a single mother. George left home to live with Lawrence, his half-brother.
George's childhood gives way to that of a young man seasoned by the Godly influence of his family. You will see, as a young man, how George Washington steps up to responsibilities most men would never accept. Some of these responsibilities included loyalty to family, facing difficulties as opportunities, and not as a victim. He creates a reputation as one who can be counted on to get the job done to the best of his ability.
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