| Mary Ramms is inactive and can no longer roleplay.
Portrayer's note: Her middle name should have been Sue.
|Mary Lisa Ramms|
|Birthday:||May 5, 2004|
|Education:||Barfield Elementary School|
|Address:||31 Aspen Street, Barfield|
Hair Color: Brown
Mary is extremely short for her age and baby faced, and is easily mistaken to be four years old. She has brown hair that stops just under the shoulders, and has big brown eyes. She dresses very girlishly, and sometimes wears sparkly and flashy attire, but her style is a casual girly most of the time.
Mary is a very soft-spoken girl, who never really speaks her mind, and is always trying to spare people's feelings. She hates when people feel bad. She could be described as too nice and very gullible, as she lets people walk all over her. She has recently seemed to be a bit more confident in talking to people, but still can come off as a bit awkward when speaking. She has become more friendly to others, as well.
Mary can be a coward, as she is afraid of many things. She is scared of strange adults, fire, the dark, violence, someone being mad at her, bugs, big dogs, etc. Mary, though, likes singing as a hobby and is not afraid to perform in front of her family.
Mary was born to Nick and Melanie Ramms on May 5, 2004 in Lebeaux. As a child, her parents fought often but behind closed doors while she was sleeping, and sometimes bits of their arguments would make their way into her dreams, giving her nightmares. When she was four, her mother told her that her father was "going on vacation", which was her mother's way of telling her that her father had left them. Her mother and everyone around her made various excuses when she asked when her dad would be back, so she soon stopped asking. Mary wishes that he would come back soon, and really misses him. She feels that he has been gone too long, and even though she wouldn't admit it, has started to forget what he was like since the last time she saw him she was so young. When Mary was five, her mother fell sick due to working too hard and lack of sleep and food. Mary took it well and was happy her mother was at least being treated right and getting rest.
Her mother's condition was worse than what the doctors thought, and she was admitted to a nursing room at the young age of 29 when Mary was six. Mary was very upset when she heard about how her mother wasn't getting that much better and that her mom would not be able to take care of her for a long time Mary moved in with her grandparents in Barfield at that time, and grew a close bond with her cousin, Delilah, who lived near her new home. Mary was being homeschooled by her grandmother, and did not have many friends her age, so she started going to Barfield Elementary school recently. She does not have very many friends in the school so far, except for some here and there, but it seems she is doing well in school. Mary visits her mother every week, and feels that every week her mother gets stronger, which keeps her from getting depressed. She hopes her mother could get better, and that her father could finally come back, so she could have a normal life again.
Mom: Mary has a close relationship with her mother. She visits her mother in the hospital weekly. Mary's mother convinced her that her dad was on vacation and other various excuses to make up for the fact that he got up and left them.
Dad: Mary's father left her when she was four, but she thinks he is on vacation/working/whatever other excuses they give her. She misses him and hopes he could come back to comfort her mother.
Granny: Mary's maternal grandmother takes care of her and homeschooled her for 4 years. Her grandmother really loves her and Mary reciprocates the love.
Grandpa: Mary's grandfather. He can be overprotective, and has a strong disliking for her father. He takes over as a replacement for her real father and does father-daughter things such as fishing, teaching her to ride a bike, and other activities.
Delilah Demarrow:Mary's older cousin. She and Mary are good friends, and she lives near her house. People say they kind of look alike.
Mary has a few friends that she has met over the years and her first year of real school.
|Hmm. I don't know I thought a kid would be nice. Plus to see how hard it is to play a nine/ten year old. And I wanted to make someone who didn't have perfect parents, wasn't blonde, and first name didn't begin with an A.
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