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    The story of Aiden and Jayla is a long and eventful one. They are an interracial couple who worked hard in life for themselves and each other. They had many problems in their lives and relationship yet they always managed to come out of the chaos unscathed. Jayla had a difficult childhood that kept her busy. She was an African American girl living with a working class family. She had problems with her family which even increased when her parents refused to buy her vegetarian meals. She just didn’t

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    Each generation of a family has their story. Each family member has gone through different experiences that have helped shape them. These experiences are part of their life. Everybody has a story that made them who they are. Opportunities can come your way and shape your life for the better. Sometimes, bad events occur that shape us, but those events can make us stronger. Families face both good times and hardships, this is what helps shape the stories of a family. One story I always remembered

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    The Story Of A Family

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    baby for his coffee cup. “You’re going to be a great mom.” Charlie laughed. “How can you be so sure?” she asked looking over at him. “You raised Danny didn’t you?” “That’s different. We had Dad and Maggie,” Charlie choked, thinking about her family. “And now they have you,” Gene replied, cupping his granddaughters cheek with a

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    Throughout the trimester the stories we have read in class all have pressures from others that affect the way the characters in them react to the situations they find themselves in. Having class discussions about the way characters act in these stories gives me a better understanding of why people respond to life in the way they do. These stories give my peers and I the ability look at life through different perspectives. Brief encounters, pressures, or dreams that parents, peers, or our community

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    Kingston's Family Story

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    The third function of cultural legacies, such as family stories allows for bonding like the second and the first functions, but it provides family members to teach each other coping strategies outside of the family. Kingston and her mother have opposite coping strategies, her mother copes with death by forgetting and moving on with daily tasks as soon as possible, but Kingston copes through death by talking about the issues to process and handle the situation. Kingston’s mother dealt with the aunt’s

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    Stories of your parent’s childhood are always entertaining. They are especially so when it is something that is embarrassing. These stories are usually well guarded, but will be willingly told by anyone else, because of the hilarity. The only thing that makes such stories better, is a common theme. After interviewing family members, I have found some stories that are somewhat unflattering, and all involve my Uncle and some sort of bike. A long time ago, in a town not so far from here, my mother

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    A Story Of My Family

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    Every family has their fair share of stories to tell with each generation. My grandparents told my sister and me some interesting stories and my parents passed them on to my sister and I. Through all the experiences that they have shared with us, it felt as if we were with them and shared that moment together. With all the stories that ‘exist’ it was inevitable that there were a few stories that intrigued us or stuck with us wherever we go. One story that interested me was about the eventful time

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    My Family Story

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    The stories from our parents and grandparents always hold a special place in our hearts, for just an instance we get to see what the world was like from a more mature individual’s perspective, we get to live the days they did through the stories they share. My grandma, or what she is to me; my meme, has shared a variety of stories from her childhood that has allowed me to see some of the challenges and opportunities she had faced growing up. My favorite story she has shared with me would be about

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    My Family Story

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    mother’s family I decided to interview my aunts and uncles-- Tita’s and Tito’s-- about past memories. Growing up, I knew my mother’s family was very poor, but also very close. In the beginning of my mother’s life, she, her six brothers, and four sisters lived in a mud hut and walked miles to get to school. My grandfather was a farmer and eventually moved his family on decent land where he grew rice to support his family. Coming back to the Philippines I wanted to learn more about my maternal family. My

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    Hi my names Karlee Haase and I'm going to tell you about my crazy family.In my family I have a mom and dad a brother named Jarrod and a sister named Sophie, Jarrod's 16 and Sophie's 10. I'm going to tell you a story about when my siblings,cousins and I had a sleepover at our grandmas.It was Saturday night and our grandma was letting us sleep over. That night we were all chilling watching a movie and eating popcorn then my cousin Ezra came out of the garage “OH YEAH LOOK WHAT I FOUND” He said he

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