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» Hidden Personality, tag; cricket/vee
Levina Puck
 Posted: Jun 26 2014, 10:38 AM
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11-January 14 • 105 Moneys

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Levina couldn't say that she was entirely into the whole idea of attending this group. Archer had heard of it and had suggested to her to join in. Then he had decided to tell the rest of her family about it. Before she knew it, instead of going out with her friends to skate after her assignments were finished, she had been told to dress a little nicer to make a good impression and shoved into her father's car to attend the support group meeting.

Sometimes, her brother could be an asshole.

She pouted in the car, despite her father rambling about how it would be good for her to meet some other people dealing with similar issues as her. Maybe she could make a few friends outside of her little skateboarding group.

They had always thought those kids were a bad influence on her.

Levina stepped out of the car, barely listening as her father informed her that he would be by in an hour and she made her way to the meeting in the back room of what looked like a children's day care center.

Straightening out her skirt on the side walk, she approached it and entered. She was early, she noticed, and felt very... strange here. She was entirely out of her element, something compounded by the fact that she was certainly not dressed in a manner she was accustomed. There were others already there - some mingling and talking. Levina, for her part, was unsure what to do and instead lingered at a small table that held a cooler of water bottles and a little selection of cookies, crackers, and pretzels to munch.

She took a small handful of pretzels to nibble on and looked around the area carefully, wishing that she could revive her outgoing from the cave it had decided to hide in the moment that she came to something like this.
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Cricket Foy
 Posted: Jun 26 2014, 10:54 AM
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16 Years
Female
5'6
125lbs LBS
District Three
24-June 14 • 40 Moneys

Vee


Cricket's crisp white dress flattered her similar colored hair and skin. She had spent longer than usual choosing her outfit for today. Today was, after all, her support group day. Every so often, teenagers with disabilities like herself would all gather in a room and discuss what it was like to not be like everyone else. Some kids had cancer, some kids were missing limbs, but no one else had albinism like Cricket. Her bright white hair and deep blue eyes were quite the difference in the group of kids with dark brown hair and matching chocolate eyes.

When the young woman entered the support room, and she looked at the familiar faces. There was Oscar, who was born with Down Syndrome, and there was Lacey, who lived her life confined to a wheelchair after a tragic accident when she was a young child, along with a variety of other teenagers. These were people Cricket knew, and she loved every single person in that room. They had all known each other for as long as Cricket could remember.

But what was this? A newcomer? This girl was wearing a simple, yet nice, skirt, and was snacking at the refreshments table that was set up every meeting. At first, Cricket couldn't seem to notice anything physically wrong with her, until the girl turned her body slightly. The new girl was missing a part of her arm. Cricket never was very good at telling right from left, so she didn't know which side the girl was missing her forearm from. Cricket was known through the group as being the unofficial welcoming committee, which consisted of only her, and she had taken the responsibility of welcoming new members. She fixed her hair, and walked towards the new girl.

When Cricket arrived to the table, she decided not to be too conspicuous. She picked up a salty chip, and put it in her mouth. She smiled, and swallowed. Then the young woman pretended to just notice the other girl. "Hello!" Cricket's cheery voice exclaimed. "My name's Cricket. I don't think I've seen you here before. If you haven't, may I be the first to welcome you to the family." She gave a sweet smile to the other girl and awaited a response.

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Levina Puck
 Posted: Jun 27 2014, 09:49 AM
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5"2
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District Three
11-January 14 • 105 Moneys

Jimmy


Levina noticed the girl walk up on the edges of her vision, but she tried not to stare. She could not remember seeing anyone who ever looked quite like her. She looked like a ghost, except far too physical to be one. There was something jarring about seeing her eyes - the brightness of their color standing out in a very stark contrast to anything else. Like herself, it was easy to guess why she was here, even if Levina had no idea what the girl actually had by name or anything that came along with it other than the clear physical attributes.

When the girl introduced herself, Levina could only nod, offering a somewhat genuine smile. She did not want to be here, but she also did not want to be mean to anyone who reached out to her this kindly. Cricket had no idea that she had been forced into some nice clothes she hated and, worst yet, carted here unwillingly.

She would save her ire for Archer later - when she got home. It had been awhile since she had used him as a target of her playing anyway. Maybe she would have to remind him just how creative she could be.

"Hey. I'm Levina and, uh, yes." She faltered a little. "I mean, yes, this is the first time I've been here." She explained to the young woman. "It's... different than I'm used to, really." Levina knew a handful of the other disabled children at her school, but not many of them. It was not like she sought them out for her friendship - it seemed fake to her to do as much despite whatever similarities they shared.
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Cricket Foy
 Posted: Jun 27 2014, 11:29 AM
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24-June 14 • 40 Moneys

Vee


Cricket was practically bouncing with excitement. It had been so long since the last member joined the support group, and to be honest, Cricket was starting to get bored with the old group. This new girl, Levina, seemed spunky and fresh, something new from the normal negative and depressing attitude that normally floated through the atmosphere, like a dark cloud.

It would seem a surprise to most people, but although Cricket was such a friendly and welcoming person, she didn't have very many friends. Sure, her and Oscar played cards every so often, and she had had a few sleepovers with Lacey in the past, but she didn't feel like she was good friends with either of them. Cricket longed for accompaniment, and maybe this new girl would fulfill her want.

Cricket quickly responded to Levina's dialogue, hardly allowing any space of quiet time to flow between them. "Yes, well, I'm sure you'll feel right at home here." The girl said. "We all care for each other very much, and one of us is feeling low, we all feel low. When once of us is happy, for instance, Triumph over there," Cricket paused, pointing towards a girl who was walking with an obvious limp. "Well, she just got a prosthetic a few weeks ago. We threw a party for her and it was a grand time for everyone." Cricket gave a warm smile to Levina, hoping she would start coming every week. They had had people come for a few meetings only to never come again. Whenever that happened, it made Cricket's heart break, knowing that people were missing out on such a loving group of people.

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