Hello, my name is Fanny Foxboom and I would like to share a little bit about my life with you.

I was born on a Saturday, precisely at 00:25, on the first day of the new millennium, January 1, 2000. My birthplace is the beautiful city of Utrecht, a gem in the heart of The Netherlands. I am Dutch, and I am proud of my heritage. It’s a small country, but it has a lot to offer and has significantly contributed to shaping me into the person I am today.

I am a female and I use she/her pronouns. It’s a part of my identity, a part of who I am. I believe in the power of language and how the right pronouns can affirm one's identity and help foster a sense of respect and understanding.

I was born to Isabella Foxboom, nee Ten Brink, and David Foxboom. I carry their last name with pride. They were the most incredible people I had the privilege to know, full of love and kindness, always ready to lend a helping hand to anyone in need. They were my role models, my pillars of strength. They taught me the values of humility, honesty, and hard work. They instilled in me a love for our Dutch heritage and a deep appreciation for the world around me.

Unfortunately, my parents passed away in a tragic car accident. It was a heartbreaking event that significantly impacted my life. Losing them was the hardest thing I've ever had to endure. Their absence left a void in my life that could never be filled. However, their teachings and memories have always been a guiding light for me, helping me navigate through the darkest times. Their love and values continue to live within me, shaping my actions and decisions.

Despite the tragedy, I have tried to live my life to the fullest, just as they would have wanted me to. I carry their legacy with me, their dreams, their hopes, and their aspirations. I strive to make them proud, to live a life that honors their memory.

I am Fanny Foxboom, a woman born at the dawn of a new millennium, in the beautiful city of Utrecht. I am a proud Dutch, a woman who believes in the power of the right pronouns. I am the daughter of Isabella and David Foxboom, two wonderful individuals whose love and values continue to guide me. I am a survivor, a woman who has faced loss and grief, but has not let it define her. I am a woman of strength, resilience, and determination. This is me, this is my story.