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Can’t say I know what I’m doing. Love's good at being confusing, and you’re always on my mind.
posted Jun 6 2018, 05:52 PM
PLAYED BY HESTIA // SHE, HER, HERS // IDOLM@STER, SHIBUYA RIN
Seattle, Washington: You were born in the early summer of 2002. To be more specific, you were born on the 31st of May as the only child of two very well-off lawyers. Because of this, you didn't want for much in terms of material possessions - but you didn't really feel like you had much either. Growing up, you may have had the best toys but you didn't have what you truly wanted.
Whatever you asked for, you received. Singing lessons? Check. Dance lessons? Check. New iPhone? Check. All you wanted was for them to pay attention to you. As you grew older, though, you began to learn that they were never going to give you what you desired. Why keep vying for their attention if they were going to ignore you regardless of what you did?
You decided that if you weren't going to get attention from your parents, then you would make damn sure that you were beloved by your peers. You became your middle school's star female volleyball player as well as the student council president - all while keeping a steady 4.0 GPA. Maintaining all of your school activities alongside your out-of-school extracurriculars was rather tedious, but you made do with it all. If it was necessary to make sure they continued to admire you, then you were more than happy to continue doing so.
Surprisingly, your parents notice how much work you're doing. It was halfway through your freshman year of high school - already being made the captain of the junior varsity volleyball team (because what other position would they give you when they were the ones that begged you to attend their school instead of the one closest to your home). They said you were stretching yourself too thin. You said that you were fine. They didn't believe a word that you said.
Less than a month later, you found yourself moving in with your aunt in Peachtree City, California...against your wishes. It was your parents' way of making you take a break from everything you were involved in back home. Of course, it wouldn't do them much good. Unlike them, your aunt trusted that you knew how much you were capable of handling. No wonder you found yourself with an even busier schedule once you were enrolled into Ridgeview.
You are now about to enter your junior year at Ridgeview, and you feel like you're on top. You may not be the only queen at school, but you're one of them - and somehow, that makes it all okay. People respect you. That's all you ever wanted.
POSITIVES calm, cheerful, hard-working, imaginative, observant NEGATIVES blunt, calculating, childish, insecure, self-indulgent QUIRKS oddly addicted to k-pop, carries large amounts of candy in her purse, secretly an otaku