Name: Jessy Lee Jayinkens (go's by Wolf)
looks: curly, dark auburn hair falls to just touch his shoulders, curling in unkempt ringlets and highlighted with occasional blonde. It is normally kept in a short and messy pony tail at his neck. His eyes are bright forest green, with flecks of amber, quite captivating. full, luscious cherub like lips are usually smiling softly, playfully, invitingly. He has the look of a Greek, tan olive skin tone short but lanky. He is about 5'2 and won't get much above that height. He walks with a loose stride and fluid movements suggesting a relaxed, or care free nature. His build is light and flexible.
Personality: He is very much a glass half full type person. He will be the first to laugh or lighten a mood and he is not easily made angry or upset. He tries to make the best of things but he is not one to be confined by rules or boundaries and thus tends to be in some kind of trouble almost all the time. He means well with his words and actions but he is kind of clumsy. He also can't resist being an obnoxious flirt with the ladies, even if they are already taken. He just can't seem to tell himself no to much of anything. His attitude to rules is something like, well if it is worth it why not?
Bio: His father walked out on him and his mother when he was about five years old. It was a hard thing for Wolf to go through and still marks him to the present day. He tends to be suspicious of older men, especially if they want to help him. However he can not help being drawn and repelled at the same time over conflicting emotions with regards to the helpful older male, and subsequently he ends up acting on these emotions and getting in trouble. His mother turned to drugs shortly after his father left them and Wolf spent his childhood trying to help his mother keep jobs or pay the bills. One day he came home from school and found her dead of an overdose. he could not get the image out of his head and it haunts him still. With no one to loo after him he took to the road and found the freedom of it liberating! He could go where he wanted, do what he wanted and live by his own rules. He had been all over the country, hitching rides, climbing onto trains, and even walking. He was totally free and never looked back. It was not all easy, Wolf has gotten himself into quite a few hard situations that left there mark but his total freedom to him was worth the price of anything. He could live the rest of his life like this, free from the system, society and peoples expectations. That is until he picked the wrong place to stay for a while at Logan's Home for Runaways...