California Times

By Maddie

Interviewing Jenna Fox

We have recently interviewed the famous Jenna Fox! We have decided to share it with you.

CT: What is it like to be made of BoGel?
Jenna: I can't taste or feel pain. But, I can still feel things as if my body was flesh and blood. It is very strange.

CT : How did you find out that you were made of BioGel?
Jenna: I found out after I cut my hand. There was no blood and under the skin it was blue. When I confronted my parents, they told my I was made of BioGel.

CT: How does it feel to live after your friends and family died?
Jenna: I was sad to see them go, but it was nature. I now have Kayla and Allys to share the rest of my life with.

CT: What did you think of Ethan?
Jenna: He was one of the only people I could trust. When I told him my secret, he accepted it and moved on. I will always hold him in my heart.

CT: What happened while you were in a coma?
Jenna: While I was in a coma, I could still hear and smell. Death was the only scent, and I could hear Lily praying and Claire crying. It was not a happy time.

CT: How do you feel about your parents?
Jenna: I am still a little angry at them for not telling me and doing this to me. But I have always loved them, so I won't stop now.

CT: Did you like the charter?
Jenna: I liked it a lot, and I loved being able to get out of my house. At the charter, I was able to learn things like friendship, aand other things I wasn't programmed with. I have very good memories there.

CT: How did you feel about Lily?
Jenna: Lily helped me destroy some backups that my parents had hidden. She loved me before I was reconstructed of BioGel, and started loving me about a year after. I will love her forever.

CT: Why did you keep going to school after you found out you were made of BioGel?
Jenna: I kept going mostly because Claire wanted me to. Also, I had friends at the charter, and they were worth the trouble of going.

CT: Do you worry about what your daughter might do when she finds out about you?
Jenna: I do not worry. I think she will understand perfectly and move on past it.

CT: Thank you for your time. We're very lucky we have you to set an example for other people who have been in accidents.

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