Noelle Cameron James Title
Sacrificial Lamb Gender
The first thing that a person will notice about Noelle when they first meet her is her smile. It’s an infectious sort, one that tends to light up her otherwise dark brown eyes. She stands at five feet, four inches, with a body type that is at first misleading. She has soft, proportioned curves, the type of body that shows a young girl blooming into young womanhood. Yet, beneath the curves lay toned muscle, a dancer’s build. With pale, milky skin and dark hair, and a light flush to her cheek bones, her visage is one that speaks of natural beauty, one that she doesn’t mar with thick makeup.
There is something about her, a light on the inside that tends to draw people in, a quiet hope that things will be okay, that everything will work out. Not quite optimism, but a sort of inner peace. It tends to make her seem that much lovelier. Personality
Noelle is not withdrawn, but she has a quiet, observant attitude. She enjoys sitting back and learning about people, keeps a few close friends, and is content to sit quietly in her room writing or reading. She’s very introspective, a thoughtful person who is constantly aware of how people respond to her. She’s easy to be friends with, but if she doesn’t know you well enough, then she will do her absolute best, going to the above and beyond, to prove that she’s a good person, that she’ll always do right by you. She won’t let you know that anything is wrong until she’s absolutely sure that her secrets will be safe with you.
In short, she keeps a close guard of her heart.
When it comes to those she eventually grows close to, she will put them ahead of herself, taking their needs into perspective and making others first priority in her life. She desires to make others happy, and in doing so, will not tell someone directly if they are bothering her. She has a more passive-aggressive way of dealing with issues (almost to a fault), or she simply remains quiet about it, letting the issues die down while she quietly muses over them.
She’s a fast learner, a very book-smart type of girl, and is more than eager to try new things. Until she gains confidence in the new skill, however, she constantly questions herself, her adequacy. Her self confidence tends to take a hit when she puts herself out there and makes herself vulnerable.
When it comes to boys..well…that’s another story entirely. History
Once upon a time, there was a girl, and not just any girl, but a girl who was smart, attractive, well liked amongst her peers. She was born to a single mother given over to a love for drink, and was required from a very young age to be the parent in their tedious relationship. She worked long hours in a local flower shop during her early years, all the while making sure that her mother was content, safe, tucked away somewhere in the house with her bottle, but alive and well. Nobody could have guessed the sort of trouble Noelle was put through, but nobody cared to ask. Noelle seemed happy, so nobody asked if Noelle was having trouble. And if they did, and she thought about opening up, there was no one who had time to be Noelle’s confidant.
So she learned to rely on herself.
When she got to her older teenage years, her mother met a man, a sort of prince charming in their quirky fairy tale. Things were good for a little while before the new king of the household began to grow jealous of the time that Noelle and her mom spent together. He began to tell her that she’d never be good enough for anything, that she was the reason behind why her mother was so much of a drunk. Everyone was disappointed in her.
With no one but her few friends and a pen and paper to rely on for strength, Noelle turned to poetry to script out her feelings. She developed an inner strength, a tough façade of happiness that sheltered her inner sense of insecurity. That precious, fragile heart she yearned to protect was the last thing she could truly call her own, and she was determined to protect it. Skills (Strengths)
~Listening Phobias (Weaknesses)
~Anger Moral Traits
Innocent, but not naive.
Loving, desperate to see the good in others.
Definitive sense of right and wrong, but always willing to extend mercy where mercy is due.