Positively Izzy

Positively Izzy

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  • Hi I'm Brianna, Dri for short.
  • Why not Sean? This is my place too.
  • You can't stay here, Rachel.
  • Happy Birthday Izzy!!
  • Oh my!
  • People know me for my brains I'm good at science and math, like my dad. He is a teacher, a high school biology teacher to be exact. My mom is also a teacher for ELA. My parents are divorced but I see my dad more often.
  • Hi, I'm Izzy!
  • Here I am performing in the talent show. My mom dragged me into doing it because someone wasn't coming at the last minute. I don't like to act but this was actually fun! I might think about doing drama club this year.
  • Wait, that's Mr.Dingy's pitbull, who has no sense of direction.
  • Why not Sean? This is my place too.
  • Today was my family brunch, the last sunday of every month we have a family brunch, we switch off between the family's houses. This time my family is hosting it. Also, my mom, Izzy, has a birthday in a few days, she's turning 40. The whole family surprised her with a surprise party.  We got cake and her favorite ice cream (chocolate chip).
  • You can't stay here, Rachel.
  • I'm Izzy, I'm in middle school. Me and all my friends friends from grade school are split up. I have 2 other sisters, Dina (the oldest) and Ashley I call her Ash (youngest) and I'm the middle child. All of my sister's get good grades and as for me. Well...I like to act and make things more interesting by imagining things in my head. All my teachers say I don't focus. I try but it's so boring.
  • Here I am acting in the school talent show, but just before this I was grounded so I snuck out of the house and got caught. My mom was nice enough to let me perform tonight, but when we get home I'm grounded again. After this I'm going to get ice cream with one of my old grade school friends (I started talking with her backstage).
  • Now I'm all grown up, had a kid named Brianna, got married, and had a divorce. Here's my daughter in the schools talent show, acting just like I did. I asked her to do this (even though she didn't want to), but a kid dropped out last second and I needed her to do it. Luckily she agreed to do it.
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