American Vulture Elly is a young Vietnamese girl who speaks English.
Her father is an American military veteran who is stationed in Vietnam and who loves to watch football.
The couple’s father is also a retired military officer.
Elly was born in the United States to American parents, and has two older sisters who are also American.
Elly’s father has been stationed in the Middle East for more than 30 years, and her mother is a former Marine.
In an interview with The New York Times, Elly spoke about her upbringing and how she was raised.
“I have two sisters and I’m from a military family,” she said.
“My mom, she was a Marine, she served in the war, she’s my aunt.
I have two moms, I love them dearly.”
Elly said she learned to speak Vietnamese at a very young age, but she struggled with her language skills.
“There were some things I struggled with,” she recalled.
“In Vietnamese, you don’t say the word ‘no’ but you also say ‘yes.'”
Elly also said she struggled when she was younger with school.
“At a very early age, I had trouble with English,” she explained.
“You don’t always have the words to say, and I didn’t have any words to describe how I felt.
So I was struggling, I didn’ know what to do, and there was so much I didn t know.”
Ello’s parents divorced when she turned five years old.
She said that she spent most of her time in the classroom, where she struggled to communicate.
“I had a lot of words,” Elly said.
“‘No, I won’t go out,'” she recalled her father saying.
“It was like, I’m not going to do this, I need to learn how to communicate in English, and that was really tough for me.”
Elly said she eventually began to feel comfortable in her own skin.
“By the time I was 15, I felt like I was on the right track.
I felt good, and when I was 16, I was like I feel like I can do this,” she told the Times.
“Then when I turned 18, I just kind of went in another direction.
I went to college, and it was just too hard.
It was a lot harder than I expected.”
Elli said she went to work and she did well.
“So I just decided that, you know, it’s not that hard, I can just make it work,” she recounted.
“And I didn.”
After a few years, ELLY started to take classes in the U.S. She was working part-time at a restaurant in New York City when she found herself at a local gymnasium, where her friend was teaching her to play basketball.
“She was like my coach.
She taught me how to play.
I learned how to dribble.
I got really good at it.
I just started playing at that gym,” she added.
In February 2018, Elly went on a school trip to visit her mother in New Jersey.
She ended up staying at her grandmother’s house in Virginia for a couple of weeks, and ELLy said that her mom was supportive.
“Her mom was really, really nice to me, very, very caring,” she remembered.
“That was just my mom, that was her, she made sure that I was happy.
She never once, I could ever have felt like, you’re not getting the love or the attention.
So that was just so special.”ELLY was born on March 11, 2002.
She and her mom both live in California.
ELLIY is the youngest of five children, and she is currently the oldest of six.