20Personality and History:
Lilly grew up always kind of resenting her older sister's apparent vanity. She loved her older sister dearly, and looked up to her in many matters, but was never as interested as she was in expensive clothing, fashion, or popularity. Lilly was a bit of a book worm, and was always a bit embarrassed of the family's wealth. She wanted to fit in with the other kids at the boarding school. She knew her family was one of the wealthier families at the school, but she preferred not to show it as some of the other kids did. In fact, she often tried to hide just how wealthy her family was.
She didn't like how the other wealthy girls in high school would pick on those who had a scholarship or weren't able to buy the latest fashion because their parents had put all they could afford into a good education. She always felt bad and would take the side of those who were picked on if she needed to take sides. For the most part, though, Lilly kept to herself. She enjoyed her schooling, and got into some environmental and charity activism in her junior and senior year of high school. In particular, she had taken a great liking to one project in Africa. She had spoken to her father about college. She had told them that she would rather take the money and use it on the cheap drugs project in Africa, and she would go to the local community college. She had always been close with her father, and she loved learning life lessons from him. He had told her that he would give her $250,000 that she could give to charities as she saw fit, but he still wanted her to go to the best college she could.
She was an excellent student, and with the activism and extracurricular activities, she was accepted to Brown as a business major. She studied hard, deciding that she didn't want to waste her education as her older sister did. She didn't want to be seen by others as someone living off of her father's wealth. She wanted to work hard and make a name for herself. She has spoken with the small project in Africa and had been given a seat on the board for her donation of $250,000 and her interest. She was working hard her freshmen and sophomore year travelling between school and Africa setting up little drug stands where they were needed most. They had made some connections with a few biotech firms and were able to get drugs almost free, and get them to Africa on UN and red-cross flights in and out. Whenever she wasn't working on the African charity, she was studying hard. She was putting in 60 hour weeks between school and working for the charity.
She enjoyed her breaks at home. They were relaxing, she would play chess with her father, read books for fun and take many naps. She'd never been interested in boys, or girls for that matter. She was interested in the African project and in school. She even had some business ideas that she wanted to pursue when she graduated. With the help of her father of course.
Her father's death hit her hard. She was very close to him. She was close to her mother as well. She loved learning about charity work from her mother and about business from her father. But she was definitely a daddy's girl. And after he died her trips back home just weren't the same. She noticed her mother's drinking problem, which she had never seen before, and she hated it. It wasn't terrible, but it existed and she wanted her mother to get some help, but she would never tell her that. She was glad to see that her older sister and mother were getting along. She smiled every-time she saw her mother and Natasha laughing and talking about fashion. She was glad they were finally able to connect, she just wished that Natasha and her dad were able to connect before he passed.Ons & Offs:
- Player: See my preferences page for my on and offs.
- Character: Mia hasn't had any sexual experience or interest yet. Though I'll likely play that she gets turned on by the same things that turn me on and off.