Your name is: (1) ______ ______ ______ (first, middle, last, doesn’t have to be real), tu are twenty-four years old and tu marry the man of your dreams, (2)______ ______ ______ (first, middle, last and – again – doesn’t have to be real). tu have a beautiful wedding in (3)______ (city, country, etc) and go on your honeymoon to (4)______.
When tu get back, the two of tu decide to mover out of your cramped little apartment to a bigger house, so tu can start a family. tu mover to (5)______. (Optional: add a picture of the house!)
Six months later, tu find out that you’re pregnant!...
Your name is (1)______ ______ (first and last name- doesn’t have to be your own), tu are twenty-two and have just moved to an apartment New York City. While taking boxes from the moving truck to your new place, your clumsiness seems to be in full form and tu stumble, dropping a box of your clothes onto the sidewalk. Horrified, tu scramble to get them back inside before someone tramples them o the wind takes them away. tu are silently remarking on the irony that this should happen on your first día in a new city, when someone taps tu on the shoulder and tu turn to see a very handsome...
Find the name that corresponds with your fecha of birth (month = first name, día = middle name) and name your two hypothetical children – one boy, one girl. Or, if tu already have children, tu can use their own birthdays to ‘rename’ them. None of the first names are in the SSA’s parte superior, arriba 1000 names in the US for 2010, but the middle names all come from the parte superior, arriba 100. Have fun!
January = Philippa February = Seraphina March = Georgiana April = Elodie May = Imogen June = Margaux July = Freya August = Cecily September = Anneliese October = Rosaline November = Emmeline December = Louisa