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    Mar 2011

    The Divorcee: Part 3

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    Part 2:

    Use this dice to play:

    You and (BOYFRIEND'S NAME) have been together for three years. Your kids adore him, he adores your kids, his kids really like you, and everybody is getting along beautifully. So, what's the problem? The problem is that you overheard your eldest child from your first marriage, (HIS/HER NAME), whisper to your boyfriend's second-eldest child, (HIS/HER NAME), that your boyfriend took him/her to the jewelry store to help him pick out a ring you might like. You love your boyfriend, but can you handle a third marriage?

    What are the names of your children from your first marriage?
    How old are they now?

    What are the names of your stepchildren?
    How old are they now?

    What are the names of your children you had by your second husband?
    How old are they now?

    What are the names of your boyfriend's children?
    How old are they now?

    (ROLL THE DICE) weeks later, your boyfriend asks you if you would like to live with him. The kids get excited and beg and plead with you to say yes. You can't bring yourself to say no.

    What does your new house look like? Roll the dice
    1 or 2:
    3 or 4:
    5 or 6:
    7 or 8:
    9 or 10:

    (ROLL THE DICE) months go by. The kids are happy in their new home and so are you. You know now that your boyfriend is nothing like your first husband, (HIS NAME), or your second husband, (HIS NAME). Which is why when he asks you to marry him, you know for certain what your answer is going to be.

    How does he propose? Roll the dice
    1 or 2: He goes to the local bakery and instructs them to bake a cake with a marriage proposal on it and put it in the window. He takes you to the bakery to pick up a dessert for dinner and points to the cake in the window. Then he drops down on one knee, pulls out the ring, and asks you to marry him.
    3 or 4: He sends a bouquet of (COLOR) roses to the house, with the ring tied to the end of one of the stems. The flowers are delivered after he comes home from work and he proposes.
    5 or 6: You order Chinese food one night and he slips a piece of paper reading "Will you marry me?" into a fortune cookie he gives you.
    7 or 8: He serves breakfast in bed on a Sunday morning with pancakes. After you finish eating, he tells you he has one more thing for you and pulls out the ring.
    9 or 10: He brings you to the same restaurant the two of you met to get acquainted and talk about your spouses. He tells you that ever since then, the relationship has grown so much and he hopes you feel the same way. Then he asks you to marry him.

    What kind of wedding do you have? Roll the dice
    1 or 2: In a Victorian greenhouse filled with lush flowers on Valentine's Day. You and DH are asked to reaffirm your love for each other.
    3 or 4: A formal wedding in a ballroom with white roses & a small orchestra.
    5 or 6: An old Hollywood glamor theme wedding at an old art deco movie theater with the colors silver, white, black, and blush pink and a swing band.
    7 or 8: A spring wedding on Easter in a church with all kinds of flowers. The guests throw rose petals and release butterflies.
    9 or 10: A fall wedding at an apple orchid owned by DH's parents. Pumpkins with carved faces are placed around the orchid.

    What does your dress look like? Roll the dice
    1 or 2:
    3 or 4:
    5 or 6:
    7 or 8:
    9 or 10:

    What does your engagement ring look like? Roll the dice
    1 or 2:
    3 or 4:
    5 or 6:
    7 or 8:
    9 or 10:

    Where do you go for your honeymoon? Roll the dice
    1 or 2: Montreal
    3 or 4: St. Lucia
    5 or 6: Scotland
    7 or 8: California
    9 or 10: Costa Rica

    (ROLL THE DICE) years after your wedding, you and DH want a child of your own. But you're well over 40 now and child-bearing will be risky. To your surprise, you go to the doctor's and find out you're a "fertile myrtle", you can still have a child, even at this age, but only with some help from fertility treatments. You and DH decide to give it a shot. After (ROLL THE DICE) tries, you get pregnant.
    How many babies do you have? Roll the dice
    1 or 2: two
    3 or 4: three
    5 or 6: four
    7 or 8: five
    9 or 10: six
    What are the genders? (roll the dice even=girl odd=boy)

    What are the babies' names? Roll the dice
    1 or 2: first & middle names from
    3 or 4: first & middle names from
    5 or 6: first & middle names from
    7 or 8: first & middle names from
    9 or 10: first & middle names from

    10 years go by. Most of your children are older now, some even in college or out of college. Your and DH's miracle multiples are more independent and in school. You start to feel bouts of empty nest want a baby. Your husband admits he kind of misses having one around, too. The two of you turn to adoption. You adopt an older child, one that is still little but not needing as much as a baby.
    What is your adopted child's name & age, & where is he/she from? Roll the dice
    1: A 2-year-old girl from America; first & middle names from
    2: A 2-year-old boy from Ireland; first & middle names from
    3: A 3-year-old girl from England; first & middle names from
    4: A 3-year-old boy from Canada; first & middle names from
    5: A 4-year-old girl from Scotland; first & middle names from
    6: A 4-year-old boy from Australia; first & middle names from
    7: A 5-year-old girl from France; first & middle names from
    8: A 5-year-old boy from Spain; first & middle names from
    9: A 6-year-old girl from the Netherlands; first & middle names from
    10: A 6-year-old boy from America; first & middle names from

    List everyone in your family here:

    The game is done! Enjoy!

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