3.) What do you look like? (Include height, weight, hair, eyes, skin, apparent age, and distinguishing features)
I am six feet and two inches tall and weight one hundred and fifty-two pounds. I have black shaggy hair and blue eyes, pallid skin, and I probably look around eighty-seven years old by now. I have a big nose and I slouch a lot.
6.) How do you “dress down”?
I own maybe two t-shirts, so I will throw on one of them with a pair of jeans.
9.) In your opinion, what is your best feature?
My wit. It never gets me into trouble at all.
12.) What is your most prized mundane possession? Why do you value it so much?
I have an old empty bottle of brandy that used to belong to my father. It’s covered with dust and just sits on my mantle in my bedroom, but I can’t bring myself to get rid of it when it’s the last thing he gave me.
15.) Who was your father, and what was he like?
My father was a hard man, quiet and stern and someone who worked a good 60 hours a week just to make ends meet in our family. He died when I was ten, and I wasn’t too sorry about it, only the work that Vesta and my mother had to start doing to fill in the gaps he left behind.
18.) What were your siblings names? What were they like?
Vesta is my older sister and is perhaps the one shining influence over my childhood, next to my mother. She’s very loud and very openly affectionate and bosses me around even though I’m almost thirty years old, and I doubt she’ll ever stop.