Kitchi, Cara-Jean Alyssa May 21, 2014 19:49:36 GMT -8
Post by Cara-Jean Kitchi on May 21, 2014 19:49:36 GMT -8
<<Played by The one, the only, Cara>>
This is ten percent luck, twenty percent skill
Full Name>>Cara-Jean Alyssa Kitchi
Age>> 20th September 2000, 16
Staff or Student>> Student
House>> Blue Ribbon House
Sexuality>> Heterosexual (though many have diagnosed her as Asexual)
Play By>> Minissha Lamba
Fifteen percent concentrated power of will
Due to her height, or lack thereof, Cara-Jean is used to not being noticed by people around her, though she is happy to remain in the shadows, as she has pretty much been a pebble in the shoe of another person since the death of her parents when she was a babe-in-arms, and if often described as being apathetic because she hides her emotions from the world, and nothing seems to faze her - but just because you can't see how she's feeling, doesn't mean she doesn't feel anything.
Because of her lifestyle, she is well spoken in a number of different languages, but will not show the fact off. Cara-Jean is soft spoken and will only speak up if called upon. Though, she will speak out, even if she knows she will come worst off, if she sees a child or an animal being abused. Though English is her first language, when her emotions are getting to her, she will swap to French - a little confusing for some people as she could be speaking English one moment and the next fluent French.
She won't speak above a whisper, a firm believer in the children should be seen and not heard philosophy - though she's just as happy if she remains unseen - and tends to retreat into her shell if someone raises their voice at her (or near her), rather than yelling back, she will remain silent and take whatever is being said to her.
Trust is something that doesn't come easily with Cara, so don't take it personally if she doesn't instantly warm to you. You want her to trust you? She doesn't even trust herself. It takes a lot to break through the wall the girl has built around herself, but once you manage to see through, she is no more than a girl with a strong passion for what she does.
In school, she will sit at the front of the room as this keeps most people from speaking to her. She thoroughly enjoys all forms of academic classes, though if asked, she would say that history and English would be her favourites.
She strives for perfection and will not settle for failure.
- Art - she enjoys drawing, painting, sketching
- Loud noises
- Big dogs - well all dogs in general
- Closed spaces
- Displeasing people
- To learn to trust people
- To succeed
- Her past - even with the arrest and court case the followed, Cara won't openly talk about what happened to her over the past thirteen-odd years. While a few people know some things, she wants to forget it ever happened (if only she could forget the faces).
- Blames herself for her parents' death.
- It's not really a "secret" per-sey, but something that's not openly know, Cara tried to kill herself when she was ten.
Five percent pleasure, fifty percent pain
Cara has the copper skin of her Native American heritage, yet her face clearly shows off her Japanese blood. With grey-yellow eyes that seem to look straight into your soul, this small girl has more to offer on the inside that her outer appearance may suggest.
She is super slim, but that is from a lifetime of having everything she eats carefully measured and weighed by her coaches. Also the fact that she is burning calories every second of the day helps keep her slim.
Due to her strict upbringing, though a lot of people pass it off as her being a gymnast, she has the body of a pre-teen (11-13) as she has Amenorrhoea (delayed period).
She is always dressed in a pant or skirt suit looking as though she is about to walk into a job interview or a cooperate job. (Jeans? You ask? She doesn’t own any.) When in the saddle she wears top of the line, and custom-made, jodhpurs or breeches and a plain coloured long-sleeved buttoned or polo shirt.
In a word, Cara always looks perfect. She is always tidy, perfect hair, perfect manicure, though she hides her true self behind such a well-worn mask that people don't see her as anything but a snob.
Markings>> Has an identical scar running down each arm (wrist to elbow) from slitting her wrists, has ŒÐ branded onto her left hip (from a foster family), had scars at the top of her right thigh from being attacked by a pack of dogs.
And one hundred percent reason
Medical History>> Many broken bones due to gymnastics - including a dislocated left shoulder and torn trapezius muscle from mistiming a release move on the high bar - and horse riding, was hospitalised for slitting her wrists at age ten (and due to this now get regular counselling). Wears glasses while in class for reading, though she can read without them.
Criminal History>> None
Born to Dulcea Kitchi-Yansa and Makoto Kitchi in Edinburgh, Scotland. The family moved to America with their baby daughter, and Makoto quickly made a name for himself in the automotive industry. The factory where Makoto worked was blown up one night when Dulcea went to visit her husband, neither adult made it out of the building.
When their daughter was born, Makoto and Dulcea sat down with their lawyer and planned out what schools they wished their daughter to attend should anything happen to them when she was still an adolescent. Unbeknownst to Cara, and something that may have evidently saved her life, most of the schools had boarding facilities with high academic and athletic standards. Before the schooling started (and in between schools), Cara-Jean has spent a lot of her time in and out of foster homes Europe and some further. The girl’s foster homes were chosen specifically by her social worker; to hone her training.
With the ability to recall information from her memory at will, but with the blessing comes a curse as she can pull any bit of information to hand when needed, so during tests she needs to be careful of what she writes down so not to get accused of cheating. She keeps her remarkable memory as a deep secret, though, as she's afraid other people will use her for it and she doesn't want to become a tool. She has the ability to work many years ahead of her age, but chooses to remain with those her own age due to her childlike appearance (though she does find the classes to be a little dull as she can complete the work quickly). In the past teachers have suggested that she is gifted, though she knows that her ability to recall facts, figures and faces, steams from self-preservation.
She remembers everyone and everything as though it happened yesterday, except the one thing she wants; her parents.
To remember the name!