Welcome to the New Eden Community Blog

Recently branched off from the older community of Eden, many younger residents have chosen to move away from their ancestoral land to a different location, called New Eden. Although most residents still hold closely to their family ties and history they are eager to start a new life in a place they can make their own.

Friday, July 9, 2010

Moving In: University, Jr./Sr. High School, Ebadi

New Eden currently has two lots in the hood to supply housing for students, one for college students studying at New Eden University and one for teenage students (grades 7-12) enrolled at the Jr. / Sr. High School whose families live outside of New Eden (namely those who have chosen not to move from Eden to New Eden, but want their children to experience the opportunities available in the new hood.)

Enrolled at New Eden University for the 2001 Spring Semester are Chase Platz and twin sisters Felicity and Joy London.

Lodging in the boarding house for the Jr./Sr. High are (from left) Bryan Carson, Sofia Hartman, Sierra Thaytowski, Charlotte Platz, Augustus Thaytowsi and Maia Hayes (seated).  Rich Cormier (not shown) and Jessica Ebadi are teachers at the school.  Violet Cormier, Owen Rossi, and Geneva Rossi (not pictured) are also enrolled at the school for the spring 2001 semester, but live in the hood with their families and not in school housing.  

In addition to her teaching responsibilites Jessica also volunteered to take on the duty of living full time at the boarding school to serve as a housemother for the students lodging there.  Unfortunately, soon after moving to the hood, Jessica discovers that she is pregnant and unable to continue her job as housemother beyond the orientation period.

As soon as a temporary replacement was found to take her place, Jessica moved out of the boarding house and bought a house of her own and just in time.  The evening after she moved in Jessica gave birth, not to one baby, as expected, but two, a boy, Bryce, and a girl, Bridget.

Jessica knew being a single mother would be difficult, but a single mother to twins is definitely a challenge.  She hopes that she's up to it.

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