Are any or all of these on the right track? I can work on some other. I am bouncing from the Linear Problem Solving story examples in the dram program.
Lawanda formulated a plan to end the babysitter’s manipulation of their parents. The parents thought she was taking care of Lawanda, while her older sister was at school. But she was working on her on-line business, locking Lawanda in her room. Lawanda was little but not a whiner or complainer. She played around with her sister’s computer and learned how to take pictures with it. She clicked on some of the babysitter’s computer keys, which caused a recording of the locking in the room and hours marketing online. Lawanda knew how to put things in her father’s college dropbox even though a tot because he had them practice with it for future college careers. The babysitter never came back and the parens never discussed it.
Lawanda jumped to the conclusion that her sister knew how to deal with the world better because she was older. Lawanda followed her lead from grade school to high school to college, putting aside her preference for a more physical and vocal approach to life.
Lawanda and her sister have been trained to represent the family in the highest stratum of society, continuing a long prestigious family heritage of diplomacy and academia. Lawanda wanted to know if other ways are more productive, so she, also, did volunteer work, without her family knowing, as receptionist and go-to-person for different hard-ass professions, i.e. corrections, investigation, legal, police, martial-arts organizations.