HUNTRY, JANE ALYSSA Apr 24, 2012 23:23:52 GMT -5
Post by JANE ALYSSA HUNTRY on Apr 24, 2012 23:23:52 GMT -5
[classy=apptite]JANE ALYSSA HUNTRY
16. SARCASTIC. WORRY-WART. HETERO. SINGLE.
[classy=appdesc]Oh, hey Jamestown! Look who's it is! It's Jane Huntry! Oh, uh... perhaps you know them by their nickname, Jane? Anyway, this certain blessing in disguise came to us on 4/20/12, and grew up to be a hefty 5" 6'. You can always tell it's Jane because of their brown hair, blue eyes and always-smile. Not to mention they've gotten themselves a cute birthmark! You know, everyone says they look like Georgie Henley? I personally don't see it though ....
|SHE'S MY KIND OF RAIN|
When Jane was four years old, she threw a temper tantrum at her local Wal-Mart. It was a bright, beautiful day outside before her father decided that he wasn't going to buy her the doll that she wanted. For ten whole minutes, it rained outside in the parking lot of that store. And only in the parking lot of that store. A ten foot radius of storm clouds, even. Occurrences similar to that one have continued to plague Jane ever since. She was twelve when she really figured it out. However, she knows very little about how it works or why it happens. She also has very little control over it and has no idea how to start or stop it. The weather around her tends to be affected by her emotions. Since she's older now and experiences more deep-rooted emotions and is also more powerful, she's grown past the ten-foot rate. On one occasion, she almost started a tornado. She's been very hard on herself to keep her emotions in check ever since.
'You know those kids on cartoons that have rain clouds above their heads when they're grumpy? Yeah, that's me. Literally. It kind of sucks, and when I'm confused, it's windy so not only do I feel stupid, but my hair looks bad. It's a pretty shit power.'
|SHE'S A GOOD GIRL|
Jane was born into a wealthy family. Her father was an esteemed politician, and already pretty high up there in the ranks. But Virginia would a new governor, and so he began his slow climb to the top of the state. John Huntry was a powerful man. Powerful, but charming. He knew how to work a crowd and he did it at least once a week. Although he did not have much time for his children, every spare moment was spent with his daughter. He adored her, and she adored him. They had a very strong relationship. Sarah Salvadore-Huntry, on the other hand, was a gorgeous woman driven into depression by years of feeling lonesome and neglected. She did not love her daughter. However, only three years after giving birth to the child, Sarah left her home to live life as a gypsy. Jane was told and still believes that her mother is dead. One year later, John Huntry had another child with a woman he was not married with whom Jane and the public remained in the dark about. Huntry did not, however, neglect his son. Huntry remained a very successful man and a very loved father until the day before his daughter's eighth birthday. While on his way from his office to the store to buy decorations for Jane's party, John Huntry was shot three times; once in the heart and twice in the head. He was declared dead upon arrival at a nearby hospital. It was a tragic day for many people, but it was the end of the world for Jane Huntry. While attending his funeral, she overheard the priest say, mournfully, what a pity it was that such a good man had to die for his voice. Fearful of the same fate, young Jane took a vow never to speak again. And she hasn't, to this day, said another word. Sent to live with her uncle Jerry (her father's brother, a skinny man who likes to watch the History channel and lost his arm serving in the United States army) and her aunt Vanessa (a red-headed real estate agent with a temper to boot who met Jerry in New Orleans when she was a sweet Voodoo queen) who she had previously spent summers with, Jane and her half-brother (Avery is the only one who doesn't know that he isn't Jane's real brother), she became best friends with a boy named Shane who learned sign language for her, and there begins the rocky roller coaster that will one day be true love. Now, she's a sophomore at AMG, struggling with a manic-depressive younger brother, an extremely angry aunt, an oblivious uncle, and the confusing first waves of love. Not to mention communicating by sign language.
'My life looks a whole lot harder all spelled out like that. Really, I'm happy. Do not mind the sleet above my head. (Ow!) I'm just very worried is all. I worry quite a bit.'
|SETS THE SUMMER SUN ON FIRE|
Jane has a big heart. She dearly loves everyone close to her and sees the best in everyone she meets. She is the opposite of cynical, but because of her rough past and her lack of communication skills, she doesn't have very many friends. She worries a lot, particularly about her father and her brother, and she's very sarcastic, but she would give you the shirt off of her back if it came down to it. At first, she may come off as being very frigid, but once you get to know her she gets goofy and random. Jane comes up with very strange ideas and is always putting people into wild scenarios in her head. She gets agitated easily when it comes to people being unaccepting of her being mute. She understands that she does it to herself, but the few times that she has tried to talk, she had a mental break down. Still, she gets a lot of crap about it. Jane's very thoughtful and very affectionate. If people would give her more of a chance, she would be a very loyal friend to have. (Just ask Shane!) Jane is attached to her phone, but not for the reasons most teenagers are. She's always checking up on her friends and if you scare her, chances are she'll end up at your dorm room.
'You forgot the part where I have trouble doing everything with everyone all the time, what with my three friends and zero extracurriculars."
|I DON'T WANT ANOTHER PRETTY FACE|
In the past, Jane has never had many friends. She's hard to communicate with, and even more difficult to get to know, but if you do take the time to get to know her she'll be there for you as long as it doesn't become hurtful to her or her family. For example, her brother Avery wants absolutely nothing to do with her, but she still washes his clothes and makes his breakfast and drives him around. She's very patient and forgiving and often motherly. If you need a new mom, in other words, Jane is your girl.
'I can't be anyone's mom. Stop trying to sell me out like that. I just like to fix people is all.'
|DARLING, YOU'RE MY ANGEL|
While Jane doesn't have many true passions, she's most often seen doing homework, reading, knitting, or baking. She particularly likes to bake when she's stressed and tends to bring the products over to Tracy (Shane's mom). She likes tea and drinks a lot of it. She also spends her fair share of time playing psychologist and reading books about depression to help
Shaneher brother. She likes being busy, so she also cleans whenever she can. She may or may not be slightly OCD.
'I swear, all I ever do is bake cookies. I should be a baker when I'm older. A psychology baker, where you get a free therapy session after every 10 cakes or something."
|WHEN I GROW UP I WANNA BE FAMOUS|
Jane wants to be a psychologist. She wants to go to a great college, first. But she wants to study psychology. Not a psychiatrist, mind you, who can prescribe medicine to patients, but the feelings type who helps people get over their problems. Of course, that might be a more realistic goal if she ever learns to speak again. If not, she wants to be a teacher or a lawyer. She isn't completely decided yet, but she figures that she has time.
'Psychology is my number one, but if I get accepted into a law school I think I could do that, too. Mostly, I'm a little bit afraid of becoming too much of a workaholic. With teaching, I could sort of do both in a way, so we'll see what happens.'
|KIDS GOT THE BEAT|
'I actually really like the idea of a school just for supernatural teens. It gives them the opportunity to learn from each other and to learn to control themselves, but it also helps us to recognize that we aren't alone out there and I think that that's very important. Feeling lonely is one of the hardest things to deal with as a teenager. I don't think it's very safe, though. Not only are a lot of unstable kids thrown into a single place together where they can blow up all at once, but they're all in one place where they can easily be harassed or something.'
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