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Annie Lesliey

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a character in “Being Locked Out of Heaven”, as played by GreenGentleman

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{"She believed she could, so she did". }




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|Full Name|
Annie Lesliey

|Birthday|
August 31st


|Nationality|
French


|Couple #|
Four


|Sexuality|
Straight


|Occupation|
Assistant to a director


|Hometown|
Pittsburgh





{"Beauty is only skin deep, and the world is full of thin skinned people". }




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|Talents(T) | Strengths(ST) | Skills(SK) |
Strength

|Flaws/Weakness|
Weakness

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|Fears|
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{"Smile at strangers". }




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|Personality|
|Passionate|
|Possessive|
|Insecure|
|Reserved|
|Thinker Her brain is her best and worst trait. Annie is so incredibly intelligent, but when left to herself her mind is her enemy. All she can think about is "What is he doing now?" and "What if this happens?". She is her own worst enemy, because she can't see the good in things, only the flaws.|
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{"Continue to share your heart with people, even if it's been broken". }



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|Family Tree|
Father| Scott Lesliey
Mother| Rose Lesliey
Family Dogs| Zeus(deceased), Venus, Dakota, and Buster [All huskies except for Venus, who is part wolf, and Buster, who is a sheltie 40 lbs overweight.]

|Happiest Memory|
When she was seventeen, she was walking home from work and came across a homeless man sitting in the street, asking for spare change. She dropped some of her tips from that night in the can he was holding out, and instead of just moving on she offered to buy him something from the corner store. Hours she spent sitting with that man that day, and he told her the story of his life. Half of it she's sure had to be made up, because it was something like Forest Gump from the way he told it, but he was so sure and seemed to remember things so vividly. Weeks after that she always walked home that way, but she never saw him again. That night is what she remembers as her happiest memory because it was the first time she was able to sit and talk to someone who didn't judge her for the way she acted or the things she did, and seemed to genuinely be happy to be in her company.

|Saddest Memory|
Not to sound cliche-ish or anything, but she day she bought her plane ticket. It was a week before she actually walked out on him. It wasn't the first time she had left, and he probably wasn't surprised when he got home and she wasn't there, but instead of him finding her at a friends she was gone. But that wasn't the sad part, the sad part was when she bought that ticket and knew she was going to leave for real. To save both of them.





{"She had a lively, playful, disposition, which delighted in anything ridiculous". }








{"If it's meant to be, it will be". }




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So begins...

Annie Lesliey's Story