FC: My Life as Atticus Finch
1: A lesson that I have always tried to teach was, "you never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view . . . until you climb into his skin and walk around in it"(Lee 39).
2: My Name is Atticus Finch. I grew up in small town, Maycomb, Alabama. Growing up was a memorable experience with my family. I have two siblings: Alexandra and Jack. Growing up was one of a kind but now i am a father of two.
3: As an adult I have experienced many great things. I married a beautiful woman who now watches down on our two children and I. We named our kids Jeremy Atticus and Jean Louise Finch. Since a child I have taken the steps to become a well respected lawyer, well by most anyway.
4: Dear Scout, I couldn't ask for a better daughter. Your curiosity and smile mean the world to me. Your unique style and attitude makes you who you are. I love you no matter what, jeans and all. You will always be daddy's little girl. Atticus
5: Dear Jem, My one and only son. I appreciate your leadership and desire to understand the many things in this world. Our relationship is one that only you and I can understand. Continue to explore this world and make me proud. Atticus
6: Unforgettable Moment: July 1935 I defended Tom Robinson in the trial of a life time. Although the probability of winning was extremely low, I could not go own as a respected man if I had not represented Mr. Robinson.
7: Many might say I am a man of courage; I look at my many good deeds as responsibilities. I have been there for my neighbors, and innocent people. Although I will never forget the day Miss Maudie's house burnt down. | Growing up and still to this day I am the best rifle shooter in Maycomb, Alabama.
8: Maycomb's newspaper is like my afternoon coffee; it completes my day and keeps me updated with the news.
9: Every afternoon I sit in my chair and let my day unfold. I read the paper and think about all that occurred that day. My chair has a lot of meaning and is very important to me.
10: Book: Lee, Harper. To Kill A Mockingbird. New York: Grand Central, 1960. Print. | Pictures: Liamneeson1. Photograph. (Breaking) Esquire's Rules. 16 Apr. 2011. Web. 13 May 2011.
11: Abrahams, Mark. Mark-Abrahams-Photoshoot-January-2009-dakota-fanning-3840195-681-850. 2009. Photograph. Elle-usivedream.blogspot.com. Web. 18 May 2011.