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FC: Alexandra Hancock
1: By: Belle Schooley And Maddison Krause
2: I live in the Finch's Landing. I own a green square Buick. People tell me I am a lovely cook. Family is everything. I do not know what I would do without them in my life.
3: I am married and we are blessed with a wonderful son. I am also blessed with two easy-going, loving brothers. | Currently, I am living with my brother, Atticus, for a while. We both thought it would be best if I stayed temporarily and helped watch his children, Jem and Scout. We agreed that the children needed a feminine example in the home besides the cook, Calpurnia. I do not know how long I will stay here in Maycomb..
4: Jimmy, Francis & Me | My little Francis
5: My dear brother, Atticus Finch, has made a huge impact on my life. He has always been there for me no matter the circumstances. He is a great role model for his children and myself. He is one of the most important people in my life, I would not be the woman I am today without his influence. Jimmy and Francis have impacted my life as well. Without them my life would not be complete, I need them. They bring joy to my life with their handsome smiles and kind spirits.
6: When Jimmy and I first met, I knew he was the perfect guy for me. His hardworking, loving spirit balanced my independent, blunt attitude. He was so sweet and loving, I knew from the beginning he would be in my life forever. I knew that I could not live without him. He was there for me whenever I needed him, he was there. When I married the love of my life, Jimmy, my life changed. We loved each other and we always will. | "
7: One of the most important days of my life, was when I was blessed with my own son, Francis Hancock. Jimmy and I were overwhelmed when we came parents for the fist time; it was a huge milestone in both of out lives. From that day on, baby Francis changed out lives for the better. I could not have asked for anything more.
9: I love to socialize. When I returned to Maycomb I realized that I needed to get reacquainted with the ladies. I decided to be a hostess for tea. The ladies of Matcomb come over to socialize with one another, these opportunities have helped me fit in more. I am aware of the adults and children I see at the store, church, and even who Jem and Scout are going to school with each day. It is a great way of getting to know everyone here. One of my favorite past-times is weaving, because it helps me get my mind off of things. Whenever Atticus sits down and reads his newspaper I join him. We sit there and do what we love to do, read and weave. This is one way we spend time together, doing the things we love most.
10: "I can't say I approve of everything he does, Maudie, but he's my brother, and I just want to know when this will ever end." | Her voice rose: "It tears him to pieces"
11: I have known Maudie for as long as I can remember, she is a sweet lady. When I arrived in Maycomb, she welcomed me into the town, I appreciate her hospitality and friendliness. I told Maudie of my coming to Maycomb, she just listened while I talked, which is usually how our conversations go. I told her that I didn't understand Atticus' way of raising Jem and Scout. I love and respect my brother. I don't want to be intrusive, but I feel like something should be done. He lets his children run freely while he is at work, and no one knows what they are getting into or what they are doing.