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  1. #36
    You are now 16 years old. You have yet to make contact with Margaret, out of fear of rejection, or tell your mom, Rachel, you know where her biological mother is, even as she begins to topple over the edge. Work and school keep you distracted from your problems at home, but it doesn't last for very long.

    What happens?
    1: Your mom, who has been secretly drinking on the job, gets into a massive car accident on her way home from work on a Wednesday night. Three people are killed and one his hospitalized. She is arrested and sentenced to twenty years in prison.

    After your mom is arrested, the state throws you into foster care. With no other family to take you in, you're put into a group home along with other teenagers ranging from thirteen to seventeen. But maybe you're not alone...You write a letter to Margaret, telling her who you are, who your mother is, how you found her, and explain that you're writing to her to ask for her help. What else do you have to lose anyway? You send the letter.

    It's been 6 months since you wrote the letter and you've heard nothing from your grandmother. You've lost all faith in ever meeting her. But on a Sunday morning, while you're in the kitchen doing your chore of washing the breakfast dishes, Mrs. Thompson, the house mother, comes in. She informs you that, after you're done with the dishes, you are to go upstairs to your bedroom and pack your belongings. Your grandmother is here to take you home with her.

    You quickly finish with the dishes, then run to your room and pack your bags with shaking hands. You meet Mrs. Thompson and your grandmother, a petite, nicely dressed woman in her mid-sixties, down in the front hall. When she sees you, your grandmother smiles and even hugs you, saying you're even prettier than she pictured.

    What does your grandmother look like?
    6: Red hair & dark brown eyes

    On the way back to your grandmother's home in Boston, she asks you all sorts of questions: how old are you, what grade are you in, what do you like to do, etc. It takes a while for you to work up the nerve, but eventually you ask the big question: why did she put your mom up for adoption? Margaret explains that she was only 18 when she began having an affair with your grandfather and was 19 when she had your mother. Her parents were more ashamed of having a daughter become pregnant out of wedlock than her having a romance with a married man. They convinced her it was best for her and the baby if she left her daughter to be raised by Robert and his wife, Mary, a married couple than by an unwed single mother. Her parents forbid her from ever telling anyone, even her husband and their daughters. It wasn't until she received your letter did she finally come clean with them. Once they assured her everything would be fine, and she went through the proper legal procedures, Margaret came down to Brooklyn to take custody of you. You couldn't be happier that she did.

    When you arrive at your grandmother's big, gorgeous house, your two aunts and cousins are there waiting to greet you with open arms and a party.

    What are your aunts' names? first & middle names from http://www.behindthename.com/top/lists/ud/1980/100
    Names: Bethany Elizabeth and Allison Rebecca

    How many cousins do you have?
    5 or 6: Seven

    What are their genders? G B B G B G G

    What are their names? first & middle names from http://www.behindthename.com/top/lists/us/1991
    Names: Megan Alexis, Amanda Brooke and Dylan Michael (Bethany’s kids); Emily Margaret, Sarah Gabrielle, Cody Jonathon and Sean Mitchell (Allison’s kids).

    What does your grandmother's house look like?
    1: http://thechive.files.wordpress.com/...pg?w=500&h=333

    You live with your grandmother and attend an elite private school for the next two years. Though you're living a life of luxury and your grandmother gives you almost whatever you want, you know better than to get too indulged in it. You learned from a young age how to take care of yourself and that hard work pays off in the long run, which is why you still continue to work. You get a job as your aunt Allison's secretary at the firm your family owns. When it's time for you to leave for college, you insist on paying at least one third of the tuition. You go to a liberal arts college, majoring in English, to pursue your dream career as a author.

    What college do you go to?
    2: Wheaton College, Norton, MA

    To be continued....

  2. #38
    You are now 16 years old. You have yet to make contact with Sophie, out of fear of rejection, or tell your mom, Amber, you know where her biological mother is, even as she begins to topple over the edge. Work and school keep you distracted from your problems at home, but it doesn't last for very long.

    What happens?
    1: Your mom, who has been secretly drinking on the job, gets into a massive car accident on her way home from work on a Wednesday night. Three people are killed and one his hospitalized. She is arrested and sentenced to twenty years in prison.

    After your mom is arrested, the state throws you into foster care. With no other family to take you in, you're put into a group home along with other teenagers ranging from thirteen to seventeen. But maybe you're not alone...You write a letter to Sophie, telling her who you are, who your mother is, how you found her, and explain that you're writing to her to ask for her help. What else do you have to lose anyway? You send the letter.

    It's been 6 months since you wrote the letter and you've heard nothing from your grandmother. You've lost all faith in ever meeting her. But on a Sunday morning, while you're in the kitchen doing your chore of washing the breakfast dishes, Mrs. Thompson, the house mother, comes in. She informs you that, after you're done with the dishes, you are to go upstairs to your bedroom and pack your belongings. Your grandmother is here to take you home with her.

    You quickly finish with the dishes, then run to your room and pack your bags with shaking hands. You meet Mrs. Thompson and your grandmother, a petite, nicely dressed woman in her mid-sixties, down in the front hall. When she sees you, your grandmother smiles and even hugs you, saying you're even prettier than she pictured.

    What does your grandmother look like?
    1: Black hair & blue eyes

    On the way back to your grandmother's home in Rochester, she asks you all sorts of questions: how old are you, what grade are you in, what do you like to do, etc. It takes a while for you to work up the nerve, but eventually you ask the big question: why did she put your mom up for adoption? Sophie explains that she was only 18 when she began having an affair with your grandfather and was 19 when she had your mother. Her parents were more ashamed of having a daughter become pregnant out of wedlock than her having a romance with a married man. They convinced her it was best for her and the baby if she left her daughter to be raised by Andrew and his wife, Jacquelyn, a married couple than by an unwed single mother. Her parents forbid her from ever telling anyone, even her husband and their daughters. It wasn't until she received your letter did she finally come clean with them. Once they assured her everything would be fine, and she went through the proper legal procedures, Sophie came down to Detroit to take custody of you. You couldn't be happier that she did.

    When you arrive at your grandmother's big, gorgeous house, your two aunts and cousins are there waiting to greet you with open arms and a party.

    What are your aunts' names? first & middle names from http://www.behindthename.com/top/lists/ud/1980/100
    Names: Kristin Lindsey Smith and Lauren Elizabeth Wilson

    How many cousins do you have?
    5 or 6: Seven

    What are their genders? (even=girl odd=boy)
    GBBGBGG

    What are their names? first & middle names from http://www.behindthename.com/top/lists/us/1991
    Names:
    Sierra Brooke, Andrew Tyler, and Jonathan Kyle Smith
    Dominique Nicole, Seth Alexander, Jasmine Grace, and Gabriella Rose Wilson

    What does your grandmother's house look like?
    1: http://thechive.files.wordpress.com/...pg?w=500&h=333

    You live with your grandmother and attend an elite private school for the next two years. Though you're living a life of luxury and your grandmother gives you almost whatever you want, you know better than to get too indulged in it. You learned from a young age how to take care of yourself and that hard work pays off in the long run, which is why you still continue to work. You get a job as your aunt Kristin's secretary at the firm your family owns. When it's time for you to leave for college, you insist on paying at least one third of the tuition. You go to a liberal arts college, majoring in History, to pursue your dream career as a Historian.

    What college do you go to?
    1: Emerson College, Boston, MA

  3. #40
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    You are now 16 years old. You have yet to make contact with Eva, out of fear of rejection, or tell your mom, Lisa, you know where her biological mother is, even as she begins to topple over the edge. Work and school keep you distracted from your problems at home, but it doesn't last for very long.

    What happens?
    Your mom comes home from who knows where really, really late on a Monday night. You were up all night, worried out of your mind. She stumbles into the kitchen, drunk as usual, and you blow up at her. The two of you get into a fight which ends with you getting a concussion and your neighbor calling the cops after being woken up by yours and your mom's screams.

    After your mom is arrested, the state throws you into foster care. With no other family to take you in, you're put into a group home along with other teenagers ranging from thirteen to seventeen. But maybe you're not alone...You write a letter to Eva, telling her who you are, who your mother is, how you found her, and explain that you're writing to her to ask for her help. What else do you have to lose anyway? You send the letter.

    It's been 8 months since you wrote the letter and you've heard nothing from your grandmother. You've lost all faith in ever meeting her. But on a Sunday morning, while you're in the kitchen doing your chore of washing the breakfast dishes, Mrs. Thompson, the house mother, comes in. She informs you that, after you're done with the dishes, you are to go upstairs to your bedroom and pack your belongings. Your grandmother is here to take you home with her.

    You quickly finish with the dishes, then run to your room and pack your bags with shaking hands. You meet Mrs. Thompson and your grandmother, a petite, nicely dressed woman in her mid-sixties, down in the front hall. When she sees you, your grandmother smiles and even hugs you, saying you're even prettier than she pictured.

    What does your grandmother look like? Blond hair & gray eyes

    On the way back to your grandmother's home in Philadelphia, she asks you all sorts of questions: how old are you, what grade are you in, what do you like to do, etc. It takes a while for you to work up the nerve, but eventually you ask the big question: why did she put your mom up for adoption? Eva explains that she was only 18 when she began having an affair with your grandfather and was 19 when she had your mother. Her parents were more ashamed of having a daughter become pregnant out of wedlock than her having a romance with a married man. They convinced her it was best for her and the baby if she left her daughter to be raised by Charles and his wife, Virginia, a married couple than by an unwed single mother. Her parents forbid her from ever telling anyone, even her husband and their daughters. It wasn't until she received your letter did she finally come clean with them. Once they assured her everything would be fine, and she went through the proper legal procedures, Eva came down to Trenton to take custody of you. You couldn't be happier that she did.

    When you arrive at your grandmother's big, gorgeous house, your two aunts and cousins are there waiting to greet you with open arms and a party.

    What are your aunts' names?
    Samantha Christine Benson Black & Katherine Alexandra Benson Lewis

    How many cousins do you have? 3

    What are their names?
    Sarah Ashley Black, William Andrew Black, & Abigail Rebecca Lewis

    What does your grandmother's house look like? http://thechive.files.wordpress.com/...pg?w=500&h=333

    You live with your grandmother and attend an elite private school for the next two years. Though you're living a life of luxury and your grandmother gives you almost whatever you want, you know better than to get too indulged in it. You learned from a young age how to take care of yourself and that hard work pays off in the long run, which is why you still continue to work. You get a job as your aunt Samantha's secretary at the firm your family owns. When it's time for you to leave for college, you insist on paying at least one third of the tuition. You go to a liberal arts college, majoring in journalism, to pursue your dream career as a journalist.

    What college do you go to? Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, PA

  4. #42
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    - I am now 16 years old. I have yet to make contact with Martha Evelyn Prescott (née Davies), out of fear of rejection, or tell my mom, Stephanie Alicia Johnson, that I know where her biological mother is, even as she begins to topple over the edge. Work and school keep me distracted from my problems at home, but it doesn't last for very long.
    - I come home from work on a Thursday night to find my mother passed out on the couch. Nothing new, except she's not breathing. I call an ambulance and my mom is brought to the hospital. She died of alcohol poisoning.
    - After my mom dies, the state throws me into foster care. With no other family to take me in, I'm put into a group home along with other teenagers, ranging in age from thirteen to seventeen. But maybe I'm not alone... I write a letter to Martha, telling her who I am, who my mother is, how I found her, and explain that I'm writing to her to ask for help. What else do I have to lose anyways? I send the letter.
    - It's been three months since I wrote the letter and I've heard nothing from my grandmother. I've lost all faith in ever meeting her. But on a Sunday morning, while I'm in the kitchen doing my chore of washing the breakfast dishes, Mrs. Thompson, the house mother, comes in. She informs me that, after I'm done with the dishes, I am to go upstairs to my bedroom and pack my belongings. My grandmother is here to take me home with her.
    - I quickly finish with the dishes, then run to my room and pack my bags with shaking hands. I meet Mrs. Thompson and my grandmother, a petite, nicely dressed woman in her mid-sixties, down in the front hall. When she sees me, my grandmother smiles and even hugs me, saying I'm even prettier than she pictured.
    - My grandmother has black hair and blue eyes.
    - On the way back to my grandmother's home in Boston, she asks me all sorts of questions: how old are you, what grade are you in, what do you like to do, etc. It takes a while for me to work up the nerve, but eventually I ask the big question: why did she put my mom up for adoption? Martha explains that she was only 18 when she began having an affair with my grandfather and was 19 when she had my mother. Her parents were more ashamed of having a daughter become pregnant out of wedlock than her having a romance with a married man. They convinced her it was best for her and the baby if she left her daughter to be raised by John William Fulton and his wife, Catherine Joyce Fulton, a married couple, than by an unwed single mother. Her parents forbid her from ever telling anyone, even her husband and their daughters. It wasn't until she received my letter did she finally come clean with them. Once they assured her everything would be fine, and she went through the proper legal procedures, Martha came to Brooklyn to take custody of me. I couldn't be happier that she did.
    - When I arrive at my grandmother's large, gorgeous house, my two aunts and cousins are there waiting to greet me with open arms and a party.
    - My aunts are Kathleen Veronica Morton (née Prescott) and Heather Diana Laurence (née Prescott). Kathleen goes by Kat.
    - I have five cousins:
    Joseph David Morton (age 19)
    Camille Elizabeth Morton (age 15)
    Matthew Brendan Laurence (age 17)
    Charlotte Alexandra Laurence (age 13)
    Emma Colleen Laurence (age 10)
    Joseph goes by Joey and Matthew goes by Matt.
    - My grandmother's house is neoclassical, and white with a red roof.
    http://www.raptureready.com/photo/mansions/m10.jpg
    - I live with my grandmother and attend an elite private school for the next two years. Though I'm living a life of luxury and my grandmother gives me almost whatever I want, I know better than to get too wrapped up in it. I learned from a young age how to take care of myself and that hard work pays off in the long run, which is why I still continue to work. I get a job as my aunt Heather's secretary at the firm my family owns. When it's time for me to leave for college, I insist on paying at least one third of the tuition. I go to a liberal arts college, majoring in history, to pursue my dream career as a lawyer.
    - I attend Swarthmore College in Swarthmore, PA.
    Mom to Kate, Nora, Milo, and Penny
    Katharine Eloise (9/99)
    Eleanor Alice (1/02)
    Miles Christopher (11/04)
    Penelope Olivia (3/06)

  5. #44
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    You are now 16 years old. You have yet to make contact with Jean Louise, out of fear of rejection, or tell your mom, Jennifer, you know where her biological mother is, even as she begins to topple over the edge. Work and school keep you distracted from your problems at home, but it doesn't last for very long.

    What happens?
    2: On a Saturday afternoon, your mom goes out to a bar with some friends. At around five o'clock, they're kicked out of the bar by the owner for disorderly conduct. Out of all of them, your mom is completely wasted. As she's going out the door, she trips and falls down the stairs, breaking her neck. She dies on the way to the hospital.

    After your mom dies/is arrested, the state throws you into foster care. With no other family to take you in, you're put into a group home along with other teenagers ranging from thirteen to seventeen. But maybe you're not alone...You write a letter to Jean Louise, telling her who you are, who your mother is, how you found her, and explain that you're writing to her to ask for her help. What else do you have to lose anyway? You send the letter.

    It's been 3 months since you wrote the letter and you've heard nothing from your grandmother. You've lost all faith in ever meeting her. But on a Sunday morning, while you're in the kitchen doing your chore of washing the breakfast dishes, Mrs. Thompson, the house mother, comes in. She informs you that, after you're done with the dishes, you are to go upstairs to your bedroom and pack your belongings. Your grandmother is here to take you home with her.

    You quickly finish with the dishes, then run to your room and pack your bags with shaking hands. You meet Mrs. Thompson and your grandmother, a petite, nicely dressed woman in her mid-sixties, down in the front hall. When she sees you, your grandmother smiles and even hugs you, saying you're even prettier than she pictured.

    What does your grandmother look like?
    2: Dark blond hair & green eyes

    On the way back to your grandmother's home in Rochester, she asks you all sorts of questions: how old are you, what grade are you in, what do you like to do, etc. It takes a while for you to work up the nerve, but eventually you ask the big question: why did she put your mom up for adoption? Jean Louise explains that she was only 18 when she began having an affair with your grandfather and was 19 when she had your mother. Her parents were more ashamed of having a daughter become pregnant out of wedlock than her having a romance with a married man. They convinced her it was best for her and the baby if she left her daughter to be raised by William and his wife, Brenda, a married couple than by an unwed single mother. Her parents forbid her from ever telling anyone, even her husband and their daughters. It wasn't until she received your letter did she finally come clean with them. Once they assured her everything would be fine, and she went through the proper legal procedures, Jean Louise came down to Detroit to take custody of you. You couldn't be happier that she did.

    When you arrive at your grandmother's big, gorgeous house, your two aunts and cousins are there waiting to greet you with open arms and a party.

    What are your aunts' names?
    Valerie Karen and Allison Mary

    How many cousins do you have?
    3 or 4: Five

    What are their genders?
    Three girls and two boys

    What are their names?
    Ethan Zachary, Julia Summer and Haley Christina (Valerie's)
    August Luke and Maxine Amelia (Allison's)

    What does your grandmother's house look like?
    4: http://www.raptureready.com/photo/mansions/m10.jpg

    You live with your grandmother and attend an elite private school for the next two years. Though you're living a life of luxury and your grandmother gives you almost whatever you want, you know better than to get too indulged in it. You learned from a young age how to take care of yourself and that hard work pays off in the long run, which is why you still continue to work. You get a job as your aunt Allison's secretary at the firm your family owns. When it's time for you to leave for college, you insist on paying at least one third of the tuition. You go to a liberal arts college, majoring in Drama, to pursue your dream career as a actress.

    What college do you go to?
    2: Wheaton College, Norton, MA

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