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Posted: Aug 20 2006, 12:54 AM
Member No.: 161
Joined: 18-August 06
Name: Andrea Shea Colvin
Grade: Grade 11; Mr. Dolph's Homeroom 11B
School: Franklyn Senior School
Extra Curricular Activities: Andrea, or Andie as she is commonly called, played on the Boys Football team at her Louisiana High School in the ninth grade and tried to pursue it when she came to FSH in her sophomore year. Unfortunately she was met with harassment from the coaches and many of her teammates and quite after several weeks of practice. She is involved in Science Olympiad and Varsity Girls Softball today. She works part time job as a waitress at Benson's Bar and Grill.
Description: Andie possesses a rather tiny build standing at just 5'2'' and weighing less than 90 lbs. This has caused many to underestimate her surprising strength for her size. Her hair is shoulder length and light blonde and she usually styles it in a baseball cap ponytail. Her skin is a nice caramel color from her love of the outdoors, but she has many odd tan lines. She has a strikingly beautiful face which is often overlooked due to her tomboyish nature and lack of desire to wear makeup. While graced with a face to rival that of Helen of Tory, she has virtually no breasts due to her extremely willowy physique. Her attire for the trip included a pair of faded and naturally destroyed snug fitting jeans and a snug fitting Tulane T-shirt. She wears a plain white baseball cap, ankle socks and Keds sneakers.
Penelope Torres- Andie's one true friend at Franklyn although she is friendly with many. Penelope and Andie met when they were both new students in their sophomore year and have been close ever since although both girls are quite different, Andie being more of a tomboy and Penelope a girly girl.
Matthias Kovalenko- classmate. Andie harbors a slight crush on him.
Danielle Tysl- Andie's coworker/former coworker at Benson's Bar and Grill.
Whitney Acosta- classmate.
Sam Sorenson- classmate.
Vesa Turunen- classmate.
Lee-Ann Collier- classmate.
Andy Ripley- classmate.
Zachary Foreman- classmate.
Other: I suppose I will post her biography here. Andrea Shea Colvin was born in the bayous of Louisiana to loving parents. Her mother, Susanna, was overjoyed to finally have a little girl after birthing four rough and tumble young sons. To her disappointment however, her daughter was anything but a girly girl. From an early age Andie hated wearing dresses, and was notorious in her youth for simply shedding the frilly clothing she adorned and prancing about buck naked in very inconvenient places such as church and the super market. Eventually Andie’s mother gave up trying to feminize her. Susanna and Andie were still very close, as was the whole family. Garth Colvin, Priscilla’s father was a successful lawyer and the seven Colvin’s lived a comfortable life despite their large numbers. When Andie was five, her mother became pregnant with her sixth child, and tragically Susanna died due to complications in child birth. Andie’s little brother Michael survived but suffered brain damage and is to this day is severely mentally challenged. Garth’s widowed mother Faye moved in with the Colvin’s after this tragedy to help take care of the children so that her son could continue to work to support his family. Garth would battle severe depression in the following years as would Andie’s second oldest brother Jacob. Still the family had each other and remained close. Most of Andie’s school friends were boys as she preferred mostly little boy activities as opposed the delicate ones of little girls. Most of the girls thought she was weird growing up. Andie even played football her freshman year in high school. Unexpectedly the Colvin’s were forced to move to New Jersey when Garth got a great new job offer. The transition for Andie was hard, leaving behind her old friends. She attempted to join the football team at her new High School, Franklyn Senior School, but was met with harassment by the players and coaches. She also got into fights with boy and girl classmates alike but earned respect amongst many of her peers when she managed to kick even some of the guy’s asses. By her junior year things mellowed substantially and Andie settled in. She was looking forward to a camping trip with her friends and a long summer vacation with her family in Louisiana upon their return.