|Epilogue: Tiffany Kilbourne
||[Oct. 11th, 2005|06:41 pm]
Epilogue: Tiffany Marie Kilbourne
Tiffany and Mike dated on and off for the rest of the year, but eventually grew apart. After graduating (just barely) from SHS, Tiffany went on to attend Stoneybrook Community College, but dropped out after a year. She continued living at home with her family, despite their protests, and got a job working the cash register at the flower shop downtown Stoneybrook. It didn’t pay much, but Tiffany got to work with the one thing she truly cared about, flowers, and occasionally was allowed to help arranged bouquets for weddings, something she loved to do.
Meanwhile, Tiffany got a reputation around town as a bit of a skank, sleeping with pretty much any guy who was up for it. She didn’t have any serious relationships, but she didn’t see this as much of a problem at first. She enjoyed partying and drinking as well, but eventually after a few more pregnancy scares and an STD scare, Tiff decided that she needed to get help. She joined the Stamford chapter of “Sexaholics Anonymous”, where she was reunited with her first live, Jordan Pike.
Tiffany and Jordan began “hanging out” again, which led to dating, love and eventually a Proposal
Tiffany and Jordan were married, and the two bought a small home in Stoneybrook with the help of their parents. Tiffany continued to work at the flower shop and was promoted to assistant florist, while Jordan worked as an “organist” for the ballpark. Despite their wild and carefree sex life, it wasn’t until a few years later that Tiffany got pregnant and give birth to twins, Jeremy and Tracie.
When the twins were a few years old, the owner of the flower shop where Tiffany worked passed away, and Tiffany took out a loan from her father, allowing her to buy the flower shop. Despite her poor academic background, Tiffany turned out to be a very good businesswoman, and the flower shop is a success to this day. Although Tiffany and her sisters never became they best of friends, they did stop fighting enough to be civil at family functions. Tiffany’s parents eventually divorced shortly after Tiffany’s high school graduation, although Tiffany still remained in close contact with both of them, especially her father who Tiffany felt understood her more than the rest of her family. Most importantly, Tiffany retained her sarcastic, cynical and sometimes downright nasty sense of humor, keeping her family amused, and occasionally annoyed, to this day.
Tiffany at 18
Jeremy and Tracie
Tiffany at 35