Part I, Pages 3-20
1. Where had Nicole’s parents moved from, when they had her and gave her up for adoption?
2. How does Nicole characterize her adoptive mother’s hair?
(a) Curly blonde.
(b) Red perm.
(c) Fine light brown.
(d) Straight black.
3. What was the doctors’ prognosis for Nicole as a baby?
(a) She would recover after a few months and live a normal life.
(b) She would struggle with her health all her life.
(c) She would live a normal life as soon as she gained enough weight.
(d) She would recover after a few years and live a normal life.
4. How does Nicole say her parents saw her adoption?
(a) A profound responsibility.
(b) A gift from God.
(c) A just act they committed for its own sake.
(d) A sacrifice they made for God.
5. What did Nicole say she had to show respect for when she had doubts about her adoption narrative?
(a) The synchronicity that brought her to her parents.
(b) Her parents’ sacrifice.
(c) The doctors’ skills in saving her.
(d) The church’s beneficence in finding her new parents.
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