Jordan Fosse (name changed) has traveled with her one and only autistic daughter nationally and internationally. They have enjoyed vacations all over the Europe including Greece, Malta, Macedonia, Switzerland, Denmark, Sweden and Southern France. She wants to visit Dubai, Sharjah, Abu Dhabi, Kuwait, Qatar, Amman, Jeddah, Petra, Mecca, Medina and Beirut too badly but she won’t because she has a special hatred for the Arabs. She says that Arabs are monstrous barbaric people whom she cannot hate enough.
Jordan buys only Honda cars for their iVTec petrol engines. She owns a Honda CR-V, a Honda Fit, a Honda Civic, an Accord and a Odyssey.
Jordan’s father was a draughtsman and a painter. They were a poor family but her father did his best to never let Jordan feel poor. They used to fold easy origami together and had lots of fun during the holidays. Jordan still folds origami a lot with her daughter to improve her daughter’s cognitive skills. Whenever she folds an origami she gets into a state of nostalgia and starts missing her father a lot who is in heaven now.
Jordan’s husband – Brad goes a lot to Mexico on business trips. He loves visiting one particular restaurant in Guadalajara. Brad goes a lot to Guadalajara and whenever he got the news from his company that he needs to go to Guadalajara for some purpose, the energy and brightness in his eyes was something that he couldn’t hide no matter how hard he tried. Jordan once compelled Brad to take her along with him to Guadalajara, he had to agree because he fears Jordan like you have never seen a husband fearing his wife before. Until they reached Guadalajara, Brad was having a misbelief that he would be able to resist going to that particular restaurant but he couldn’t resist once they arrived in Guadalajara, like always, the first thing that he did was go to that particular restaurant and he had no other option than taking Jordan along with him, once they arrived there and ordered the food, Jordan understood the reason behind Brad’s extraordinary happiness whenever he heard the word ‘Guadalajara’. The restaurant was full of gorgeous waitresses serving in short skirts.