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Peter Feldstein 
Ben Stoker's sister Robin Ellen Stoker (b. 1973) 
[The Oxford Project] 
1984 
  
Inkjet print 
Welcome Books 
 
LL/30591 
  
"Whenever I come back home, a sadness comes over me. I don't belong and I never belonged."
 
Kids used to call me The "Fat Girl" or "Brain." I was very shy. Eating was a source of comfort and a way to hide. started wearing a bra in the second or third grade.
 
met Karen when worked at a theatre in Amana. A week later, we went on our first date. When told my mom, think she cried, but in front of me, all she said was that she was disappointed. Mom told my brother Ben, "You need to hate the sin, not the sinner."
 
My grandfather Darrel and I don't talk. In the last year or so, it's been a little better. Whenever I come back home, a sadness comes over me. I don't belong and I never belonged. It's too bad because think I'm pretty cool, and think I have a lot to offer.
 
I'm guessing that my top weight was 350 or 360. To fit in my car, I'd have to move the seat back so far that couldn't reach the pedals. When I'd be in a women's bathroom, couldn't navigate the door to get out of the stall.
 
I had gastric bypass surgery last year, and since the operation I've lost 120 pounds. I feel great.
 
Karen and want to start a family in two or three years. We already have a donor. It's a boy I dated through college. Karen's going to carry the baby.
 
Karen and have been together for eight years. tell her all the time, "I love your big, sexy brain." 
 

 
  
 
  
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