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  1. #106
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    Jun 2013
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    Your name is Kerry Jacqueline Mathews and you are 15 years old. You're pretty, smart, thoughtful, compassionate, hardworking, and you love to help those in need. You live with your single mom (your father walked out when you were 4 years old) in a low-income area of a big city. The day you turn fifteen, you apply for your first job and you're accepted. What you make is not much, but your mom needs help making ends meet with her job as a waitress. Juggling work and school doesn't leave you a lot of time for socialization, not that it really matters to you. You don't have a whole lot of friends and your mom has a drinking problem, and you're too embarrassed by that to have people over at your house.

    What do you look like?
    http://api.ning.com/files/UwM3PST6NH...etty_Girl5.jpg

    What is your mom's name?
    Cynthia Danielle Mathews

    Where do you live?
    Chicago, Illinois

    Where do you get your first job?
    McDonald's

    What does your house look like?
    http://www.charlesandhudson.com/arch...se-seattle.jpg

    A few months after you start your first job, your grandmother, Ruth Catherine Ariello, dies at age 84 of Pancreatic Cancer. Since your grandfather, Russell Frederick Ariello, died 2 years before, you haven't seen much of your mother's relatives, including your grandmother, who was not a very nice lady. Despite this, your mom still drags you to her funeral, hoping you might inherit some money from her death. The old bat wasn't rich, but she had more money than you and your mom put together.

    Turns out, your grandmother did not leave you a single penny--she's not even your grandmother at all! Attached to her will is a letter addressed to you and your mom from your grandmother. In the letter, Ruth explains that after only seven years of marriage and three children, Russell had an affair with a much younger woman that went on for a year before she became pregnant--with your mother. The young woman was forced to give her baby to her former lover and his wife to raise as their own and they were paid off by her family to keep quiet about the affair and the adoption.

    This news absolutely devastates your mother so much that she locks herself up in her bedroom and does not come out for two days. As for you, honestly, you're a little relieved--you never liked Ruth, but you are extremely curious to find out what happened to your REAL grandmother. When you ask your mom about finding her, her only response is breaking down into tears. You decide to take matters into your own hands.

    Through city hall, you manage to get a hold of your mother's birth certificate and adoption records. But the name of the birth mother is too faded for you to make out. Your next step is to test out your reporting skills by tracking down and interviewing your grandparents' long-time neighbors. But since most of them are over 70 and their memories, and hearing, aren't as good as it use to be, it's difficult. Until you meet Mrs. Jones, a 65-year-old woman who lived next door to your grandparents for most of her life. She tells you that there were rumors that your grandpa was having an affair, but it was never made public until your adoptive grandmother announced it in her will. You ask Mrs. Jones if she has any idea what the other woman's name was--and hold your breath. She says yes, she remembers the girl's name!!!

    What is your biological grandmother's name?
    Beverly Eleanor Jacobs.

    You're bouncing off the walls with excitement, but you keep it to yourself for almost a whole year. You save whatever money you can from the twenty hours a week that you work until you have enough to hire a private investigator. With the name you have, as well as additional information, he is able to track down your grandmother. A week after you turn sixteen, he gets back to you: he found her! She lives in a different state, where she moved to after she graduated high school, was married but has been widowed for over a year, had two daughters, and has retired from a successful career as an industrialist, mainly focusing now on charities and philanthropy.

    Where does she live?
    Rochester, New York

    Now what do you do? You have no idea! It's been over thirty years and this woman has yet to acknowledge you and your mother as her family. What if she doesn't want you? Can you live with the fact that you have family somewhere and they don't know you even exist? You're not sure if you're brave enough to take that chance.

  2. #108
    My name is Birdie Eloise Hale and I look like #6.

    My moms name is April Genevieve Hale and we live in Chicago. My first job was at Wendy's and our house looks like #1.

    My grandma, Lois Rose, dies at the age of 101 due to natural causes and old age. My grandfather, Willie Dale, died one year earlier.

    My Biological grandmothers name is Ms. Hughes and has been a widow for 2 years. She lives in Boston.

  3. #110
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    Jan 2013
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    My name is Sophia and I am 15 years old. I am pretty, smart, thoughtful, compassionate, hardworking, and I love to help those in need. I live with my single mum (my father walked out when I was four years old), in a low-income area of a big city. The day I turn fifteen, I apply for my first job and I'm accepted. What I make isn't much, but my mum needs helps making ends meet with her job as a waitress. Juggling work and school doesn't leave me with a lot of time for socialization, not that it really matters to me. I don't have a whole lot of friends and my mum has a drinking problem, and I'm too embarrassed by that to have people over at my house.
    What do I look like?
    -- http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_X6bfacAhms...olly-quinn.jpg

    What is my mum's name?
    -- Melinda Helen

    Where do I live?
    -- Brooklyn, New York

    Where do I get my first job?
    -- Wendy's

    What does my house look like?
    -- http://charlesandhudson.com/wp/photo...se-seattle.jpg

    A few months after I start my first job, my grandmother Caroline Joan dies at age 84 of old age. Since my grandfather David Charles died six years before, I haven't seen much of my mother's relatives, including my grandmother, who was not a very nice lady. Despite this, my mum still drags me to her funeral, hoping I might inherit somey money from her death. The old bat wasn't rich, but she had more money than my mum and I put together.


    Turns out my grandmother didn't leave me a single penny- she's not even my grandmother at all! Attached to her will is a letter addressed to me and my mum from my grandmother. In the letter, Caroline explains that after only seven years of marriage and three children, David has an affair with a much younger woman that went on for a year before she became pregnant- with my mother. The young woman was forced to give her baby to her former lover and his wife to raise as their own and they were paid off by her family to keep quiet about the affair and the adoption.

    This news absolutely devastates my mother so much that she locks herself up in her bedroom and does not come out for literally two days. As for me, honestly, I'm a little relieved--I never liked Caroline, but I am extremely curious to find out what happened to my REAL grandmother. When I ask my mum about finding her, her only response is breaking down into tears. I decide to take matters into your own hands.

    Through city hall, I manage to get a hold of my mother's birth certificate and adoption records. But the name of the birth mother is too faded for me to make out. My next step is to test out my reporting skills by tracking down and interviewing my grandparents' long-time neighbours. But since most of them are over 70 and their memories, and hearing, aren't as good as it used to be, it's difficult. Until I meet Mrs. Jones, a 65-year-old woman who lived next door to my grandparents for most of her life. She tells me that there were rumors that my grandpa was having an affair, but it was never made public until my adoptive grandmother announced it in her will. I ask Mrs. Jones if she has any idea what the other woman's name was- and you hold you breath. She says yes, she remember the girl's name!

    What is my biological grandmother's name?
    -- Martha Catherine Taylor

    I'm bouncing off the walls with excitement, but I keep it to myself for almost a whole year. You save whatever money you can from the twenty hours a week that I work until I have enough to hire a Private Investigator. With the name I have, as well as additional information, he is able to track down my grandmother. A week after you turn sixteen, he gets back to me: he found her! She lives in a different state, where she moved to after she graduated high school, was married but has been widowed for over six years, had two daughters, and has retired from a successful career as an industrialist, mainly focusing now on charities and philanthropy.
    Where does she live?
    -- Richmond, Virginia

    Now what do I do? I have no idea! It's been over thirty years and this woman has yet to acknowledge me and my mother as her family. What if she doesn't want me? Can I live with the fact that I have family somewhere and they don't know I even exist? I'm not sure if I'm brave enough to take that chance.
    Writer, Reader, Teacher

    Girls: Willow Estelle, Emily Charlotte, Mia Elizabeth
    Boys: Harper Samuel, Sebastian Thomas, Aubrey Nathaniel

  4. #112
    Join Date
    Jun 2013
    Location
    France
    Posts
    82

    My results!

    Your name is Summer Rose and you are 15 years old. You're pretty, smart, thoughtful, compassionate, hardworking, and you love to help those in need. You live with your single mom (your father walked out when you were 4 years old) in a low-income area of a big city. The day you turn fifteen, you apply for your first job and you're accepted. What you make is not much, but your mom needs help making ends meet with her job as a waitress. Juggling work and school doesn't leave you a lot of time for socialization, not that it really matters to you. You don't have a whole lot of friends and your mom has a drinking problem, and you're too embarrassed by that to have people over at your house.

    What do you look like?
    3: http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_X6bfacAhms...olly-quinn.jpg

    What is your mom's name?
    Melissa Kimberly

    Where do you live?
    2: Trenton, New Jersey

    Where do you get your first job?
    3: JCPenney

    What does your house look like?
    4: http://tinyhouseblog.com/wp-content/...stoneextsm.jpg

    A few months after you start your first job, your grandmother, Janet Kathleen, , dies at age 85 of a heart attack. Since your grandfather, Ronald Thomas, died 1 year before, you haven't seen much of your mother's relatives, including your grandmother, who was not a very nice lady. Despite this, your mom still drags you to her funeral, hoping you might inherit some money from her death. The old bat wasn't rich, but she had more money than you and your mom put together.

    Turns out, your grandmother did not leave you a single penny--she's not even your grandmother at all! Attached to her will is a letter addressed to you and your mom from your grandmother. In the letter, Janet's, explains that after only seven years of marriage and three children, Ronald had an affair with a much younger woman that went on for a year before she became pregnant--with your mother. The young woman was forced to give her baby to her former lover and his wife to raise as their own and they were paid off by her family to keep quiet about the affair and the adoption.

    This news absolutely devastates your mother so much that she locks herself up in her bedroom and does not come out for literally two days. As for you, honestly, you're a little relieved--you never liked Janet, but you are extremely curious to find out what happened to your REAL grandmother. When you ask your mom about finding her, her only response is breaking down into tears. You decide to take matters into your own hands.

    Through city hall, you manage to get a hold of your mother's birth certificate and adoption records. But the name of the birth mother is too faded for you to make out. Your next step is to test out your reporting skills by tracking down and interviewing your grandparents' long-time neighbors. But since most of them are over 70 and their memories, and hearing, aren't as good as it use to be, it's difficult. Until you meet Mrs. Jones, a 65-year-old woman who lived next door to your grandparents for most of her life. She tells you that there were rumors that your grandpa was having an affair, but it was never made public until your adoptive grandmother announced it in her will. You ask Mrs. Jones if she has any idea what the other woman's name was--and hold your breath. She says yes, she remembers the girl's name!!!

    What is your biological grandmother's name?
    Eva Catherine Reid

    You're bouncing off the walls with excitement, but you keep it to yourself for almost a whole year. You save whatever money you can from the twenty hours a week that you work until you have enough to hire a private investigator. With the name you have, as well as additional information, he is able to track down your grandmother. A week after you turn sixteen, he gets back to you: he found her! She lives in a different state, where she moved to after she graduated high school, was married but has been widowed for over 4 years, had two daughters, and has retired from a successful career as an industrialist, mainly focusing now on charities and philanthropy.

    Where does she live?
    6: Albany, New York

    Now what do you do? You have no idea! It's been over thirty years and this woman has yet to acknowledge you and your mother as her family. What if she doesn't want you? Can you live with the fact that you have family somewhere and they don't know you even exist? You're not sure if you're brave enough to take that chance.

    To be continued.....

  5. #114
    Join Date
    Apr 2012
    Posts
    376
    Your name is Sophia Noelle and you are 15 years old. You're pretty, smart, thoughtful, compassionate, hardworking, and you love to help those in need. You live with your single mom (your father walked out when you were 4 years old) in a low-income area of a big city. The day you turn fifteen, you apply for your first job and you're accepted. What you make is not much, but your mom needs help making ends meet with her job as a waitress. Juggling work and school doesn't leave you a lot of time for socialization, not that it really matters to you. You don't have a whole lot of friends and your mom has a drinking problem, and you're too embarrassed by that to have people over at your house.

    What do you look like?
    3: http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_X6bfacAhms...olly-quinn.jpg

    What is your mom's name? Holly Cassandra

    Where do you live?
    3: Brooklyn, New York

    Where do you get your first job? JCPenney

    What does your house look like?
    1: http://www.charlesandhudson.com/arch...se-seattle.jpg

    A few months after you start your first job, your grandmother, Sandra Alice, dies at age 58 of pancreatic cancer. Since your grandfather, James Lawrence died 4 years before, you haven't seen much of your mother's relatives, including your grandmother, who was not a very nice lady. Despite this, your mom still drags you to her funeral, hoping you might inherit some money from her death. The old bat wasn't rich, but she had more money than you and your mom put together.

    Turns out, your grandmother did not leave you a single penny--she's not even your grandmother at all! Attached to her will is a letter addressed to you and your mom from your grandmother. In the letter, Sandra Alice explains that after only seven years of marriage and three children, James Lawrence had an affair with a much younger woman that went on for a year before she became pregnant--with your mother. The young woman was forced to give her baby to her former lover and his wife to raise as their own and they were paid off by her family to keep quiet about the affair and the adoption.

    This news absolutely devastates your mother so much that she locks herself up in her bedroom and does not come out for two days. As for you, honestly, you're a little relieved--you never liked Sandra, but you are extremely curious to find out what happened to your REAL grandmother. When you ask your mom about finding her, her only response is breaking down into tears. You decide to take matters into your own hands.

    Through city hall, you manage to get a hold of your mother's birth certificate and adoption records. But the name of the birth mother is too faded for you to make out. Your next step is to test out your reporting skills by tracking down and interviewing your grandparents' long-time neighbors. But since most of them are over 70 and their memories, and hearing, aren't as good as it use to be, it's difficult. Until you meet Mrs. Jones, a 65-year-old woman who lived next door to your grandparents for most of her life. She tells you that there were rumors that your grandpa was having an affair, but it was never made public until your adoptive grandmother announced it in her will. You ask Mrs. Jones if she has any idea what the other woman's name was--and hold your breath. She says yes, she remembers the girl's name!!!

    What is your biological grandmother's name? Patsy Lorraine Fraser

    You're bouncing off the walls with excitement, but you keep it to yourself for almost a whole year. You save whatever money you can from the twenty hours a week that you work until you have enough to hire a private investigator. With the name you have, as well as additional information, he is able to track down your grandmother. A week after you turn sixteen, he gets back to you: he found her! She lives in a different state, where she moved to after she graduated high school, was married but has been widowed for over two years, had two daughters, and has retired from a successful career as an industrialist, mainly focusing now on charities and philanthropy.

    Where does she live? Richmond, Virginia

    Now what do you do? You have no idea! It's been over thirty years and this woman has yet to acknowledge you and your mother as her family. What if she doesn't want you? Can you live with the fact that you have family somewhere and they don't know you even exist? You're not sure if you're brave enough to take that chance.

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