Your name is (1)______ ______ ______. You are twenty-three years old and studying at (2)______ (university/college) to become a doctor/surgeon specializing in (3)______ (choose from below):
A: Cardiothoracic surgery (Heart)
B: Pediatric surgery (Children)
C: Orthopedic surgery (Bones and muscles)
D: Nerological surgery (Brain/nervous system)
E: General Practitioner (GP)
During your final year of study, your friend convinces you to apply for a scholarship to receive a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to work as a doctor in a developing country. To your surprise, you win the scholarship and move to (4)______ for twelve months.
A: South Africa
Doing what you love overseas, you come across a patient who is brough in by a young man, a couple of years older than you, who tells you that he is working as an English teacher for the children in the area. His name is (5)______ ______ ______. You start dating, but by the time your twelve month scholarship is finished, he still has two years left there. You have to move back home, leaving both of you heartbroken. However, after a week back home, you open your front door one day to find that he has followed you back! He proposes on the spot and you accept! You get married in (6)______ (country/city) in a dress that had been passed down through your family (7)______ (choose a dress from below):
After your stunning wedding, you and your hubby honeymoon in (8)______ (your answer for #4) and on the way home stop back at the place where you first met. Both missing it so much, you decide to move back there and do more work. Living back in the developing country, you find out that you are two months pregnant. Shocked, but ecstatic, you start to prepare for a new addition to the family. Seven months later, on (9)______ __ (month and day) you give birth to a beautiful baby girl, whose middle name represents the country in which she was born. Her first name is up to you. You name her (10)______ ______ ______.
When your daughter is two, you are at work and treating a sick little orphan girl. She is the same age as your daughter and the two start to become very close. The girl has no family, name or home and lives in appalling conditions. You and your husband had been talking about moving back home again and you decide to adopt the little girl so she could come home with you. Because she has no name, you must give her one. Your daughter always calls her after her favourite character from the story book you often read to her (11)______ (choose from below):
A: Maisy (from the Maisy books)
B: Mary (from The Secret Garden)
C: Matilda (from Matilda by Roald Dahl)
D: Sara (from A Little Princess novel)
E: Belle (from Beauty and the Beast)
Because she’s familiar with this name you decide to make this her first name, while her middle name is up to you. You name her (12)______ ______ ______.
With your two little girls, you move back home. When the girls start school at age six, you and your husband decide to try for a third child. Soon, you fall pregnant, but want to keep the gender a surprise. Eventually you give birth to a little girl! Her first name is entirely up to you but, because you feel you’ll never have a son and want to pass on a family name, her middle name must be a feminized version of one of the names below (13)______
You name her (14)______ ______ ______.
Although you and your husband would like a little boy, you’re madly in love with your three beautiful girls and now feel that you have a complete family. Wanting your children to be immersed in more cultures growing up, you decide to move out of the city and to a foreign country where they speak a different language. When your two eldest daughters are eight and your youngest is two you move to (15)______ (choose from below)
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