FINCH, Miranda Katharine Sept 30, 2013 20:41:12 GMT -5
Post by MIRANDA KATHARINE FINCH on Sept 30, 2013 20:41:12 GMT -5
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FULL NAME: Miranda Katharine Finch
BIRTHDAY: September 8
Miranda is a pretty girl. She has an innocent look about her which perfectly matches her innocent outlook on life. She has bright blue eyes. People say she has her mother's eyes which is completely accurate. Miranda also has light brown hair that she generally keeps long and natural. Her physical appearance has not changed all that much from early childhood other than her height and chest size, and many people actually mistake her for being younger than she is.
Her sense of style is feminine and very conservative. She's afraid to show too much skin, and doesn't want to come off like all the other girls. She's scared to grow up, and that shows with what she wears. Miranda also makes a lot of her clothes and is very good at sewing and designing.
puppies, sewing, decorating her room, drawing, art class, her brother, playing the clarinet, knitting, winter, sweaters, dancing, being outside, fireplaces, hot chocolate, Christmas, being with her family, helping others, board games, daydreaming, fairy tales, Disney movies, music
hot weather, short skirts, feeling uncomfortable, black, when people close to her get hurt, war movies, violence, bullies, white chocolate, having to grow up, getting up early, gym class, math, non fiction, getting dirty, being put on the spot
good at decorating (she wants to become an interior designer), service oriented, morally sound, genuine
extremely passive aggressive, naive, unwilling to grow up, moody
ESFJ- Introverted, Sensing, Feeling, Judging.
fun. Her youth is on her side, and Miranda uses it to her advantage. She loves to have fun and go to social gatherings and parties. At times she can get a bit goofy, but for the most part her energy and desire to enjoy life is a good quality. When she's in school she tries her hardest to have a good time instead of being so serious and miserable all the time.
optimistic.. The glass is always half full with her even if it is so obviously not. She isn't easily beaten down, and she tries not to get upset if life doesn't go her way. She's always the one with the brightest smile in the room, and the first one to tell a joke to lighten things up. She hates to see people upset and tries her hardest to cheer them up when they look like they're having a bad day. To her, there is simply too much of life to live to waste it on being sad and depressed.
hard working. Don't mistake her fun-loving, carefree attitude for laziness. Miranda works hard when she has a job to do, and she always completes her tasks on time. When it's something she really cares about, she will put her all into it and stop fooling around. In school, she works extremely hard to get good grades and is in the top ten of her class.
dutiful. Miranda is a huge stickler for following through on her promises. Her word is as good as gold, and she will try her hardest not to break people's trust. If she promised someone she'd get them a rare thoroughbred for their birthday, she'd bend over backwards to try and find said horse. Also, if something is expected from her, she'll complete the task without having to be asked. She knows her place, and she knows what she has to do to be successful.
innocent. Miranda is that doe eyed, young girl. She doesn't understand how dirty and cruel the world can be, and she's in for a rude awakening. She knows next to nothing about sex, drugs, and alcohol. Her outlook on life is very innocent, and although it's sweet to see someone still believe in happy endings, it's not realistic. Many people assume that her naive personality is just an act, but it isn't. She is really that oblivious.
insecure. She pretends not to let criticism bother her, but it does. Miranda doesn't like being criticized, and she hates conflict. Whenever someone yells at her for doing something wrong, she immediately feels bad and apologizes even if it wasn't her fault. She's also fairly self conscious about the way she looks and hides behind fashionable clothing.
emotional. Her emotions are easily manipulated and influenced. Someone could tell her a completely BS story that's sad, and she'll believe them and even be moved to tears if it's convincing enough. If she's feeling too much pressure she'll begin to feel stressed which will cause her to get extremely emotional and even cause a breakdown.
passive aggressive. Because she's such a peacekeeper, Miranda never says what she wants; she always puts other ahead of her. This doesn't mean she doesn't want something, and people constantly assume that. After compromising to something she didn't fully agree with, Miranda will complain about it indirectly and after the fact. She also uses hit and run tactics and will utter a taunt or blow and then run away. She can't stand conflict and will always try her hardest to stay out of the direct line of fire.
trusts too easily. Miranda trusts far too easily. If someone appears to be friendly and welcoming, she'll assume that they really are acting that way to be nice. The thought that someone might try and manipulate and use her never crosses her mind until it's too late. She's made some bad friends in her life because of this, and it always results in a broken heart. Even though many people tell her that she shouldn't openly trust everybody she meets, Miranda still doesn't get it, and she continues to be open with absolutely everyone.
Miranda Katharine Finch was born on September the eighth to Martin and Desiree Finch in the suburbs of Providence, Rhode Island. Her parents met in Brown, her father was an engineering major with a concentration in biochemical engineering and her mother was studying neuroscience. The two had many classes together and started off as friends, but soon that friendship developed into love. When they finished college, they got married and not long after getting married they had Edwyn. They tried for a few years after having their first son, but had difficulty getting pregnant. Eventually, Miranda was conceived but it wasn't until twelve years after Edwyn was born.
The young girl lived a mostly sheltered life. Her father worked at a major company, developing different biochemical technology for the future and her mother worked as a prominent neurologist in the city of Providence. They lived more than comfortably, and were a pretty unified family. For most of her early childhood, Miranda spent her time with Edwyn and her nanny. With her parents working full time jobs, she didn't see them as much as most children. She grew to really love and respect her brother, and she felt as though her nanny was like family to her. She didn't lose sight of her parents, though, because they always spent time with her when they got days off.
When it was time for her to attend elementary school, her parents arranged for her to be home schooled. They didn't want her attending school in the city, and they weren't fond of the school district in their community. She worked very hard, and her teacher was very satisfied with her progress. In middle school, her parents sent her to a very good private school that was in the district. She made a few really good friends, but one best friend. Her name was Madison. The two of them did absolutely everything together. They shopped at the local mall, had sleepovers, and watched movies late into the night.
In the eighth grade, everything changed. Madison died in a car accident. Her older sister had picked her up from a school event, but she had been drunk and crashed the car. Miranda was more than devastated, she had lost someone who was very much like a sister to her. Her parents put her through lots of intense counseling to try and help her cope with the loss. It seemed to work for a short period of time. Once Miranda went to school and had to face her friends and all the sympathetic looks, the months of counseling went down the drain.
Because her parents didn't want to see their child in so much pain, they picked up and moved to Wentworth. Her mother got a job at the hospital and her father decided he could commute to work via the train. She's just started her freshmen year, and she's a little bit scared that people will find out about her past. She just wants to start over.