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Leah Grace Anderson

"Hope anchors the soul"

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a character in “Lawton Wood Summer Camp”, as played by alexanderr

Description

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Name:

Leah Lucinda Grace Anderson


Age:

16


Birth Date:

13th August 1997


Role:

Highly Religious


Sexuality:

Straight


Playby/Face Claim:

Luca Hollestelle





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Hair Color:

Ginger


Eye Color:

Brown


Height:

165 cm


Tattoos/Piercings:

None





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Personality

Leah is a calm and observative girl. She believes that God created all things equal, and she's very respective of others. Even though she's very clever, she's a bit too naive sometimes. Brought up with a dictating priest as a father, Leah doesnøt know how to act around homosexuals and people of colour. She doesn't have anything against them, because she believes that God created everyone the way he wanted them to be. But years of being told that they are wrong, dangerous and should not be trusted, have implentated a small sense of fear or distrust in her. Leah is very opinionated, but tries to keep most of it to herself. That's how she was raised. She doesn't like confrontation, because it brings up some bad memories. She's very independent and likes handling things herself.

Likes:

- Summer
- Tea
- Church
- The countryside
- Prayers
- Routine


Dislikes:

- Arrogance
- Confrontation
- Alcohol
- Profanity
- Horror movies
- Strangers


Fears:

- Her father
- Darkness
- Big dogs
- Violence





Character Back Story

Leah was brought up in the south, Missisippi to be precise. Her father is a priest and is known by the whole town as the local alcoholic. Her mother is a traditional housewife. Everyone knows that her father beats his wife, but they just look the other way. He's the only priest in a highly religious white town where half of the population is drunken and abusive rednecks themselves, so no one's going to change anything. Her father always tried to make Leah the "perfect" woman. Don't ask any questions, say your prayers, respect the men and... when that time comes... obey your husband. Her father never actually hit Leah, but living with that man was emotionally abusive enough. Leah used to be best friends with her mother when she was little, but when her mother became so mentally weak that she couldn't even stand up for herself anymore, Leah lost all respect for her. The following years, Leah had to do all the work at home. Her mother would isolate herself in her bedroom, spiralling deeper and deeper into depression and desperation. Her father drank all the money from the church away and Leah often had to go ask the neighbours for food - or find some way to earn some quick money herself.

Last year, Leah moved in with her grandmother at the outskirts of the city. Her grandmother is kind and loving, but old. She couldn't cope having Leah wander aimlessly around at her home the whole summer, so she decided to send her to summer camp.

Bunked With:

Summer Makinna


Relationship Status

Single

So begins...

Leah Grace Anderson's Story

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Arella Blake

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Arella sat on the bus keeping to herself the entire ride to Lawton Wood Summer Camp. This was going to be the first time she had ever attended one and she could already tell she may not like it in the end. After all, she didn't know anyone who was going to be there, at least from who she could tell was on the bus. The red head just wished her grandmother didn't force her parents to have her go to this stupid camp. Arella had better plans for the summer then spending it with bratty teenagers she didn't even know.
Once the bus arrived at the camp she climbed off following the other teens. The young female looked up at the wooden sign with the words Lawton Camp and let out a frustrating sigh as she slung her backpack over her left shoulder. The female took a deep breath before making her way under the sign and officially onto the camp ground.

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Caius spent the entire bus ride doing three things. Listening to his I-Pod, chewing gum, and staring blankly out the window. In the back of his mind he still couldn't believe that this was happening. He could have been practicing with his band, getting somewhere with what he wanted his career to be. But instead he had to spend the entire summer trapped in camp with people he didn't even know, or really want to get to know. His parents were only making him go because they thought he should make some friends, that he spent too much time focusing on music. Well at least he had something he loved to focus on, unlike them. They were trying to make him go their route, barely getting enough money to get by, but being safe, consistent. They didn't want him on the roller coaster ride that was being a musician. But that wasn't going to change and they knew that.

When the bus stopped he picked up his guitar case and backpack from the seat next to him, a nice assurance that nobody else would be sitting there, and got off with the rest of the teens. His backpack was heavy, probably due to the entire case of white Ultra Monsters that he had stuffed in there, along with some snacks and candy. Stuff to get him by for the as long as he could. His parents had also given him one of their credit cards, their way of trying to make it up to him, he could buy whatever he wanted from the general store that they had here.

Caius wordlessly helped the adults unload the bus, for the sheer reason that he wanted to get his stuff and get away from all the teens as quickly as possible. Once that was done to grabbed his suitcase and took off into the campgrounds. Hoping that they got their cabin assignments soon. He wanted to explore, find a nice quiet hidden spot that he could call his own, and spend as much of the summer as he possibly could there.

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Stevie Blackheart

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Earbuds in her ears, music turned up as loud as it could possibly go, bare legs crossed with left leg bouncing along to the beat of the music that was playing from her cell phone, the brunette hummed along with the song that was playing. Every now and then she'd get complaints from other kids who were on the bus with her, but she just shrugged them off and continued on with what she was doing. After all, even though she was forced to go to this stupid summer camp, she still had to work on her own music.

Once the bus pulled up to the camp she let out a relieved sigh, happy that she was finally going to be able to get off this stuffy bus and out into the fresh air. The young female pushed through the crowds to get to her things in the back of the bus. Before making her way over towards the room board she checked on Sera, her beautiful red fender guitar. After finding that she was alright, she closed the case and continued making her way towards the board. After scrolling down the list she noticed that she had been the only one in the entire camp who didn't have a roommate. Well at least that is until late comers show up.

The young brunette smiled and shrugged her shoulders as she began making her way through the crowds once more and into cabin fourteen. Leaving the door wide open for the fresh air, she claimed the bed by the window and began unpacking. Once she was finished she pulled Sera out and began strumming the strings as she sang along to the original song she had been working on for the past month.

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Leah glanced around the bus. Most of the teenagers were looking at their phones or sleeping. Leah didn't own a phone, never had. She leaned against the window and looked up at the sky outside. This was as long away from home she had ever been and she felt great. Everyone else on the bus seemed to be dreading the place they were going, but Leah was quite positive about it. No matter what, it couldn't be worse than home.

The bus finally stopped and she tried to get off, but a boy bumped into her. "Watch where you going.. redneck" he hissed before pushing her aside and jumping out of the bus. Was it really that obvious where she was from? Leah followed carefully behind him, trying not to let the words hurt her. He was probably just having a bad day. She briefly helped getting the others luggage out of the bus, then she grabbed her own suitcase and followed the crowd to a bulletin board with names on it. After letting everyone else look first, she finally found her own name. "Leah Anderson and Summer Makinna," she whispered to herself. Summer was a nice name. She wondered if the girl would be nice too.

Leah started to walk, but then realized she didn't know where she was going. The only cabins she could see from here had the numbers 11, 12 and 13 on them. Hers was number 7. She glanced around the camping site. The place was beautiful. She wanted to go find her cabin as soon as possible so she could start exploring the area. She looked around to find someone she could ask for help. There was a big shirtless guy talking to some pretty girl. Then there was another blonde girl not far from them. She didn't want to ask the two people talking. The guy looked a bit intimidating. She decided to ask the blonde girl who was on her own. She looked like someone from the big city and Leah couldn't help feel a little nervous. She took a deep breath and instinctively grabbed the cross she was wearing around her neck. She might hate talking to strangers, but she wasn't gonna let it show. She walked over to the girl who was dressed nicely. Leah couldn't help compare the blondes outfit to her own worn-out dress and old boots. "Do you know where I can find cabin 7?" she asked with her thick Southern accent and smiled.

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Layla Grey

Image Layla spent most of the bus ride listening to music and hadn't bothered to look at any of the others on the bus. ''God, I hate buses''she thought and continued looking out the window. there is no way she would have survived the ride without her Ipod. it was the old, but it had served her well.

Once the bus finally arrived at the camp, Layla grabbed her luggage(Mainly just clothes and her back up pair of headphones) and made her way over to the notice board to check her cabin pairings with her headphones still on.She found her name and her cabin pairing ''Raquel Pierce, Wonder what shes like?''. On the way to the cabin, she couldn't help but notice the lake. ''Didn't Know there was a lake here'' she thought. At the cabin Layla took out her headphones and put her Ipod in her bag. Her foster parents wanted her to make loads of friends, but Layla didn't see that happening. ''I wont be here long, it will be over soon. I hope''.


Layla had gotten up early that morning as she had forgotten to pack and she decided to try and get some sleep. The bed in the camp wasn't as uncomfortable as Layla had imagined. ''Maybe I could sleep all through this stupid camp''. . But she couldn't with the sunlight coming in through the window.She decided she had better get acquainted with at some of the others.
''wonder if anyones worth talking to'' she said to herself, as she was leaving the cabin. 'I just hope they don't
ask questions''

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Image"Do you know where I can find cabin number seven?" A unmistakeable southern accented voice asked. Summer turned and flashed her that easy smile of hers "As a matter of fact I do since it's my cabin" She said with a grin. She held out her hand which, as she just noticed, was professionally done with acrylic tips and was painted teal except for both of her middle fingers which were a multi colored aztec pattern and her her thumbs which had a white dreamcatcher that was lightly coated with glitter. She frowned at her hand "Well this manicure is going to go to waste here." She said pouting a bit.

"Anyway" She said in a sing song voice. "I'm Summer, your new roommate... cabin mate... whatever" She dismissed the thought with a flick of her delicate wrists. She glanced at the girl for a moment. She seemed like the sheltered type and from her lack of makeup, lack of.... um trendy clothes, and dingy boots (though in the girls defense vintage and grunge were in). She also noticed that the girl looked totally lost and nervous.

She couldn't help it, Summer melted. The girl reminded her so much of her little Sister Daisy. Summer was the second oldest daughter of a family of five girls and three guys. Which in order were Dean, Hudson, Mercedes (Because she was conceived in a vintage Mercedes) , Summer (She was born in Summer), Anahi , River (Their parents decided they wanted another child while on a picnic at a riverbank) , Daisy (picture of a daisy field in the hospital room), and Clover (No explanation).
"Ok so I'll just show you to our cabin" She said linking her arms with the girl. She knew she would look unusual and obviously contrasting next to the girl but she planned to change that "So how do you feel about makeovers" She asked nonchalantly.

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"I'm Summer, your new roommate... cabin mate... whatever" Leah smiled at the thought of spending the rest of the summer with this girl. Summer was everything Leah was not, yet she seemed nice. It could have been a lot worse.
Her new roommate wrapped her arm around hers and began pulling her towards their cabin. "So how do you feel about makeovers" Summer asked. "What do you mean?" Sure she could use some new clothes, but was it really that bad? Leah remembered how the boys used to call her pretty in school. Maybe it was different in the city. She glanced up at the sky and then back at Summer. Linking arms with a total stranger like this suddenly made her feel uncomfortable. The girl might be nice, but she didn't know her. Leah pulled her arm away, but kept on smiling so she didn't seem rude. "I'm sorry, but I don't really know you," she mumbled and looked at her feet out of old habit, suddenly a little insecure. What if Summer thought she was weird?

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ImageSummer was a bit taken aback when Leah shrugged her away but she shrugged, deciding to let it go. "Hey it's cool, my brother like that, the only person who can get him out of his shell is Bianca" She laughed lightly " Oh it's funny because Dean is all quite and Bianca is this loud and proud black chick, I swear she looks just like Paula Patton" She let her head toss back and let out a laugh after that joke. Her family was a true modern family, complete with a gay brother, a teen mom sister, a housewife mother, a party girl sister, a black sheep, the list goes on. She swore they deserved a show.

Realizing she had lost her train of thought she flipped her hair over her shoulder and began leading the way to the cabin. On the way there she shared some things about herself: She was a Cancer, she had a big family of seven siblings, her brother was also her gay best friend, and one of her sisters was so tan people thought she was from some exotic place. finally they opened up their door. She quickly walked into the bathroom and took the sticky note of the mirror.

'And not that I don't think your cute" She said walking to the center of the room "I just love doing makeovers, dress is doing nothing to compliment that fabulous hair of yours or that ivory freckled skin of yours. She pulled pulled her top over her head and shimmied her shorts off of her wide hips before turning to the dresser she filled with her stiff. She pulled out two bikinis. One was a bright blue underwire bikini top with an aztec print string bikini bottom. The other was a string bikini top and bottom, both were crochet. "Hey which one?" She said holding them both up "I mean I love the crochet one, it's one of a kind, but the underwire lifts me up and you do not wanna know how hard it is to find a D cup bikini" She held them up against her body in the full body mirror against the wall. Seeing the obvious discomfort she gasped " I'm so sorry I live with four sisters, I'm just used to dropping my clothes like it's nothing. But I mean if it's a problem"

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Stevie Blackheart

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Seeing as how it was a beautiful day out, Stevie thought it would be a good idea to go outside and play her acoustic for a little while. She always seemed to enjoy playing her guitar outside, it was nice and calming to her. The young brunette stood up from the bed and walked outside, her red acoustic in hand then sat down on one of the empty benches.

After she made herself comfortable on the bench, she began strumming the guitar in an even pace and began singing along with the tune she was playing. The female glanced over at the notebook she had sitting beside her every now and then, trying to place different lyrics places and switch things around to make the song sound complete.

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Leah Anderson

When they got to their cabin, it was like entering a whole new world. Summer had already unpacked all of her things and the place looked so girly... The color pink seemed to be repeating a lot. Leah walked over to the free bed and put her suitcase on it. While she started unpacking her things, Summer changed clothes. There was a small shelf over the bed where Leah placed some of her books and her painting supplies. Then she took out her clothes and hygiene products and put it in the closet next to the bed. Lastly, she took out a picture of her grandmother and put it on the shelve together with the rest. This was pretty much the only things she had brought with her this summer. Not that she didn't own anything, she just hadn't known what to pack. Her Bible was still in the suitcase, but she decided to let it stay in there for now. She couldn't remember last time she had dared to open it.

Leah pushed the suitcase under the bed and turned to face Summer. The girl wanted to know which bikini she should put on. "The blue one," Leah stated. It would complement Summers blonde hair. She walked over to the door opening and looked outside. She wanted to explore the campingsite. "Makeover sounds fun. But I want to go look around for a bit." She was just about to go outside, but then turned to Summer. "Later?" She smiled friendly, hoping Summer wouldn't mind. She rarerly felt so comfortable around a stranger. Then again, Summer talked so much she probably didn't even count as a stranger any more. She turned around again and walked outside. This place reminded her of grandma's home.

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ImageSummer grinned at Leahs response. She shoved the crocheted bikini in the top drawer with her other five bikinis and intimates. She ran into the bathroom to hear Leah say that she was going to go look around. She sighed, uncomfortable with being alone again. She slipped on the tight bikini top, clasping it quickly then slipped on the bottoms, she put on short cotton shorts and a thin white cropped tank. She slipped on her sandals on the way out the door.
"Well what to do now" She said aloud to herself. She didn't have many options, she could go to the lake now and just sit there alone or she could wander or she could just sit there in desperation. She decided to walk around specifically around the cabins. She wondered if they may varied in some way, though she doubted it.

She walked past the many cabins. They all pretty much looked the same. In a strange and very vague way it reminded her of home. She lived in a gated community all the houses pretty much looked the same: Expansive green lawns, large houses either of brick, stone, or a requested material, beautiful gardens, and white picket fences. From the outside they all looked pristine as the people in it, well aside from her family. With her heavily tattooed father, blonde baking and homemaking mother, and various sisters and brothers (Most of whom have their own controversy).

She sat down on a bench in front of one of the cabins that was engulfed by a delightful sunlight. She sat on the bench table with the sun shining behind her and leaned back, bracing herself on her palms before tilting her head back. She had always loved soaking up the sun. Her dad used to call her Angel because of the way her hair shone in the sunlight and created a halo. Her mom however, preferred to call her Kitty because of her habit of falling asleep in the sunlight. She chuckled to herself, remembering old memories. Then realizing her mistake, sat up and crossed her arms "If they cared about me they would not have sent me here"

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Aiden let go of the door frame and walked into the room and over to where his bed and where his stuff was and grabbed out a pair of sandals and set his shoes under the bed and grabbed a towel from his bag. As he turned to walk out of the room he stopped in the doorway. "Don't touch any of my shit and we won't have any problems." he said before he walked down the hall to the bathroom.

Once he was in the bathroom he turned the water on so it could warm up before he took his shower. After standing there under the shower head for a few minutes just relaxing he turned the water off and got out of the shower drying himself off, got dressed and did his hair before he walked out of the bathroom and as he passed the bedroom threw his dirty stuff into the corner next to his bed and without saying anything left the cabin to walk around. He saw a red haired girl with what looked like to be lots of freckles looking lost and by the looks of her screamed preachers daughter. "Did daddy make you bring your chastity belt?" He said with a laugh jokingly but from the looks of the girl she would probably not take it as a joke. As he looked around he saw a blonde haired girl sitting on a table leaning back on her hands looking up at the sky. Aiden grinned and made his way over to the table and sat on the table and leaned back just like the blonde was doing until their heads were almost touching.

Looking up at the sky with his sunglasses on he said, "It's not as bad as you expected it to be is it? Surprised the hell out of me."

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Leah Anderson

Leah's heart sank to the bottom of her stomach. She hadn't even been here for a day, but people were already picking on her. What was a bunch of preppy city kids doing here anyway? Maybe this wasn't going to be like she thought it would. Dear lord, what have I done... she thought to herself at the realisation of how this summer was going to be. The jock who had just insulted her started flirting with Summer. Leah turned away from them and walked back towards the cabins. Her eyes began to water. Don't cry. Don't cry. Don't you dare cry! What was wrong with her? She never cried. It wasn't good for anything.

She flung open the door to their cabin and sat down on her bed without closing the door behind her. She sat there for a few minutes until she calmed down again. Maybe she should change clothes after all? Things were different here. She got up and opened her closet. She pulled out a pair of regular blue jeans and a white top. Maybe this would attract less attention. She changed clothes - after closing the door of course, and laid down on the bed. "Grandma what am I doing here?" she whispered to the ceiling. "They're just a bunch of mean teenagers from the city. I don't belong here." Leah laid like this for a few more minutes and then decided to go outside again. She could just try and avoid the others after all. Don't be weak. Go outside and enjoy the weather... She brushed away the tears and walked out into the sunlight again. Her day was ruined. She felt weak for letting words hurt her, they didn't usually do that.

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Stevie Blackheart

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Stevie was sitting on a bench just outside of the red heads door, she noticed the girl sitting in her room looking a bit upset but decided not to say anything and just see how everything played out. When the girl walked back out of her room, changed into a completely different outfit, she noticed that she had been crying. Stevie instantly put Sera back in her case and carried the notebook and guitar with her as she ran over towards the red head to catch up with her. "Hey, are you alright?" Stevie asked in a calm, comforting tone. Whatever was bothering this girl she wanted to know, but whether or not she would tell her is a completely different story.

Stevie wanted to help in any way that she could. She knew that if she was upset she'd want someone to at least let her talk to them, so she figured she would try to help her out.

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Arella Blake

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Arella smiled when she heard that Summer lived in Orlando. "Awesome! Maybe we could hang out every now and then after the summer is over!" she stated in a sing-song tone. The red head really was happy that she met someone who lived a little close to her. Once they walked into the cabin she stood there in silence and followed the blonde outside. She was a bit shocked that she was going to change outside, but it didn't bother her. Arella stood guard to make sure nobody would see her changing and giggled a bit once Summer was finished. "Do you happen to do that a lot?" Arella questioned in a giggly tone.

Arella was a bit curious as to what was going on with Summer's roomie, but she wasn't going to butt into something that she had no business butting into. Arella slid her hands into her black leather jacket pockets and kept her pace beside Summer as they continued to walk through the campground.