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Alphabetical Biography

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Swap Coordinator:mb58ca (contact)
Swap categories: Miscellaneous  Letters & Writing 
Number of people in swap:4
Location:International
Type:Type 2: Flat mail
Last day to signup/drop:February 3, 2018
Date items must be sent by:February 15, 2018
Number of swap partners:1
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Here's a good challenger!

Write an alphabetical autobiography to your partner. Each of the twenty six letters must be used in sequence. Highlight, underline or bold the letters when you mail your swap. You can include talents, traits, hobbies, etc.

Here's a sample: My Aunt Eliza died on the day I was born. I was born in Canada in the December of 1978. When I was eleven we moved to France to be nearer to my Grandmother, Helena. When I was eighteen I enrolled at the Institute de Jaquard where my best friend, Kate, and I studied Life Drawing and Museum Studies. It was here that I met my future husband who was posing as one of our nude models. From the moment we met we felt a connection and by October of the following year my husband to be had proposed and shortly after Quentin and I were married. Robert, our first son, was born just eleven months later and two years after that saw the birth of our second son Sam. Until I had my boys I just didn't know what unconditional love was. When the boys were at high school my Aunt Victoria died. We inherited her house which prompted the family move to Wisconsin. The boys were not as excited as Quentin and I as they thought they would miss their friends but the lake near to our new house inspired their daydreams of yachting. We have lived in our Wisconsin dream house for five years now. With a house containing two adults, two teenage boys and a veritable zoo of pets, life is never quiet.

Also include a blank postcard for your partner.

*Making an "Only In Canada" group version, too.

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