- Easily distracted or excited
- Has difficulty sitting still for too long
- Poor memory resulting from repeated head trauma
Leona was born and raised in the Midwest as the only child of a farmer and his wife. By the time she was three, six of her younger siblings, two of her older brothers, and her mom had died of hay fever. Her mother remarried the next year, and Leona’s first sibling was born not long after: her older sister who became her best friend in the whole world.
Being the good southern girl she was, she took over as the sole breadwinner for the large family when both of her parents became bedridden from hangnails. Thankfully, both recovered after several years, but they soon suffered the heartbreak of losing the family’s pet rock when it was run over by a carriage.
In truth, the orphanage in New England wasn’t so terrible, though. It’s not like she’d ever had any beloved siblings or family members to miss, and the sea air smelled nice. She’s now happy to be here in the county, because having grown up way out west, she’s always wanted to venture eastward.