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Name: Sean Wheaton
Birthday: July 5th
Family: Robert Wheaton (Father) Theresa Wheaton (Mother) Daniel Wheaton (Brother)
Profession: Advertisement executive
History: Sean had a relatively normal childhood. His parents were high school sweethearts who married right after graduation and settled in the suburbs outside of LA. His mother became a nurse and his father started his own contracting company. Sean came first, followed by his younger brother three and a half years later. There was nothing remarkable about Sean’s life. He was an average student, a decent athlete who ended up getting a football scholarship. He went through relationships like anyone else, always hopeful that he’d find the right woman. It wasn’t until he went to help his best friend help his younger sister move into the house she was renting out with a few of her friends that his life took a turn.
The first time he saw Julianna Clayman, the woman had her nose stuck in a book and had casually asked him to hand over her cup of coffee, assuming that he was one of her roommates. When she glanced up at him with a blushing face and a sheepish grin, he swore he was already in love and the more he got to know her, the more convinced he became. He would go every single day to see her, always bringing her meals and little gifts just to be rewarded with one of her smiles. It took him forever to convince her to go out with him, and when she finally did, it was a slow journey toward a serious relationship. He soon learned the reason for Julianna’s hesitation as she began to reveal her life story to him. The fact that she’d been in love before never bothered him, not when she committed herself to him completely. Their relationship had its bumps in the road like anyone else’s, especially with the cost of her education and little free time to spare for him. But his patience and persistence paid off when she finally agreed to marry him.
He thought after their wedding their lives would settle down. Julianna finished school and the required residency to get her medical license, and soon had a good job close to their apartment. They had an entire year of wedded bliss before life came knocking the wind out of both of them. When Julianna came to him about her mother’s condition, there was no question in Sean’s mind what they should do. However, the sacrifice he had to make wasn’t one that he fully thought through. Still, Sean followed through with it. He quit his job and followed his wife across the country to Maine, without any idea of what he was going to do once he actually got there.