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September 21st, 2020

Gender: Female

Age: 25
Country: United States

Signup Date:
February 23, 2019


09/15/2020 03:59 PM 

Task 003: Moodboard- Autumn

There were a few things Starlee loves more than the moment the trees turned color and the air became crisp. Autumn was, without a doubt, her favorite time of the year. The crispy leaves on the ground, covering the path, as she takes her evening stroll along the river. When she's not outside, breathing in the fresh air, she can be found sitting on her bed with a warm cup of hot chocolate. A dollop of whipped cream and a dash of cinnamon makes it perfect. Her favorite movie to watch over and over is Hocus Pocus. It's a classic, there's nothing else to love. This time of year means all kinds of delicious, and pumpkiny treats. Whether it's some warm, sugary pumpkin donuts or a heavy scoop of creamy pumpkin ice cream. Starlee loves food and indulging in all of the sweetness that is offered to her. She takes pride in making her home a warm and cozy place to relax. Whether she's reading a book or writing in her journal there is always a fuzzy blanket in an arms reach. A trip to the farmers market yields a variety of floral options, along with a variety of sizes of pumpkins to choose from.

09/04/2020 11:41 PM 

Task 002: An Open Letter

Dear Preston,

I don't know where you are, and I can't say for sure whether I care about that or not. The one thing that I do know is that you have occupied my mind, rent-free, for far too long. It ashames me that I cannot seem to go a single day without you invading my thoughts. It's been ten years since I last saw you, standing in my parents' living room. I can still taste the metallic air, thick with the smell of blood. When I close my eyes I can still see that knife in your hand, blood dripping from the blade. There were a number of nights when I would wake up in the middle of the night, screaming. It is all thanks to you, Preston.

Because of you, people thought I was crazy. I pleaded for someone to see me, someone to hear me. Thanks to you, I went unheard. They locked me away, put me in a cement room. Sometimes they would tie me down when I wouldn't take the medication. Me. The mousy brunette who wouldn't hurt a fly. I was seen as a danger to the people around me. Because of you, I became someone completely different than who I was. I had to learn how to be the person they thought I was while trying to maintain every part of my old self.

For ten years I lived in the shadow of what you have done. I grew up without getting the chance to attend my prom or even walk across the stage at my high school graduation. I got to celebrate my twenty-first birthday drinking sparkling grape juice because real alcohol would mess with the medication. My life took a complete one-eighty. I adapted and I pushed forward because I would not allow you to take my soul. All while you ran away, too afraid to face what you've done. You let me take the blame.

Wherever you are,

07/05/2020 08:10 PM 

Task 002: Independence Day Carnival

The sun was shining in through the bedroom window as Starlee began getting dressed for the evening. For the first time in ten years, she was going to be able to attend one of her most favorite events in Fairhope; Independence Day Carnival. It was a huge deal for the small town. People seemed to come from miles just to participate in the annual event. Growing up, Star attended every carnival with her parents. During her father's first term as deputy mayor, it had been a political outing. Starlee wasn't allowed to be seen with anyone other than her parents. She couldn't be seen hanging around with the town hoodlums. Star always found a moment to sneak away though. The carnival brought back so many beautiful memories for Starlee and she was more than excited to get to go this year. She finished getting dressed in her denim cut-offs, and her red crop top and slipped her feet into a pair of sandals. Grabbing her keys and her sunglasses she walked out of her door and headed off toward the fairground.

The different smells of the carnival greeted Star first. There were the sweet smells; churros, fried everything, and Starlee's ultimate favorite. As she approached the cotton candy stall. It was the most nostalgic part of the carnival for Star. She smiled as she slid the money down and stood back to wait for her light as air spun sugar. While the pink was prettier to look at, she always thought the blue cotton candy tasted better. Pinching off a bit she let the sugar dissolve on her tongue as she navigated her way through the different people. She could tell that some people recognized her. She was sure there were whispers as she walked by, but the truth was that Starlee didn't care. She could let them talk, let them whisper. She was eating her favorite sweet treat, and walking around a fairground she never thought she would see again. Sure, this was a celebration for America but deep down, Star believed it was a celebration for herself as well.

Starlee loved seeing all the happy people. The carnival was the perfect way to bring people together, even if it was only for one day. She walked past the various game stalls. The ones where parents would drop giant amounts of cash to appease their screaming child. Everyone trying to win one of the top prizes. The sight brought back so many fond memories of herself as a child, trying desperately to win the goldfish in the middle of the cluster of glass vases. Chuckling to herself, Star moved along. She tossed her empty cotton candy away as she passed a trash can and made a second stop to buy some lemonade. The evening was wearing down, and bright lights were starting to twinkle all around her. People were passing by her heading toward the field at the pack of the fairgrounds. That was the best spot to view the fireworks that would be lighting up the sky later on that night.

Starlee could hear familiar music and knew what she would come to when she rounded the next bend. In the middle of the fairgrounds stood the only way Star would be found on a horse. The carousel was like a beacon of hope for Starlee. Her whole life she had been terrified of real horses, but the frozen, galloping horses of the carousel seemed to fill her with joy. She sipped on her lemonade, as she put herself in line. It had been ten years, and Star was now a grown adult. She needed this circular ride to make her feel like the kid she was when she was stripped of the life that she knew. She could help but smile as the horse she sat upon moved up and down, the lights blurring just a little as she twirled around. The music ringing in her ears just added to the nostalgia. She could have stayed on the ride all night, but there was still so much to see before the night was over.

The ride stopped and the children filed out in front of her, like a little parade to find their parents and move on to the next ride. She kept walking along the dirt path until she came upon another popular attraction of the carnival. It was a little petting zoo where people could reach over a fence and pet a few baby animals. It was like a magnet pulling her in. Reaching down, she scratched the head of a sleepy baby goat before she moved along on her way. The air smelled of sweet southern barbecue and the paths were lined with flowing American flags. It was all leading to the final stop of the carnival. The crowded pathways opened up in the crisp green field. People were already gathered, as the sun was nearly set. To her left, was the Ferris wheel loaded with people who were waiting to watch the fireworks from their dangling chairs. Starlee found a pile of wooden boxes and took a seat. Just as she did, a single red light filled the air, signaling the show was about to begin.

06/19/2020 12:47 PM 

Task 001: Summertime

Summertime is the perfect time to sit outside, soak up the warmth, and catch up on a good book. It's the perfect way to spend a lazy day. Summer also means getting to sit on the beach and watch the sunset over the pier with your favorite people. During this summer, I am personally going to make it a goal to try and tackle my lifetime terror of horses by visiting them frequently. Maybe I'll get on one by the time fall rolls around. Truthfully, there is nothing better than hanging out with your favorite people and having a few drinks, and even enjoying some time around a nice bonfire. Sharing stories and good food. What more could you ask for? I know to combat the summer heat, I love love love a good snocone. Any flavor. Every flavor. You name it. If you're down for a snocone date, hit me up! A few things I would really like to do this summer would be to go on a camping trip and just enjoy everything nature has to offer, go to a carnival and get sick from eating too many fried foods and riding too many sketchy rides. Finally, a picnic among the wildflowers.

  1. What A Man Gotta Do - Jonas Brothers
  2. All My Favorite People - Maren Morris
  3. My Oh My - Camila Cabello
  4. Take What You Want - Post Malone
  5. Dance Monkey - Tones and I
  6. Don't Start Now - Dua Lipa
  7. Kings & Queens - Ava Max
  8. Good Time - Niko Moon
  9. One Margarita - Luke Bryan
  10. Hard to Forget - Sam Hunt

06/11/2020 01:51 PM 


Active Storylines: 07

Jasper: Jasper and Starlee are childhood friends. As adults, they reconnect and open Firefly Lane.

Rian: Starlee finds herself at the Natchez Animal Sanctuary to help get her mind off of the chaos in her life. 

Madison: On a particularly rough night, Madison comes to Starlee's bartop and witnesses her skills.

Finster: Late in the night, Finlay approaches Starlee in need of help. Involves blood.

Zedd: Starlee serves Zedd at the bar.

Connor: When Connor leaves something behind at Firefly Lane, Starlee has to return it.

Delilah: Delilah and Starlee form a friendship and become each others confidant. 

06/11/2020 01:13 PM 

Plotting points

Basic Connections

  • Roommate - depending on storyline. Male or female
  • Best friend - One male; one female (closed)
  • Therapist - One; male or female
  • Therapy partner - MAX two; male or female
  • Regular customer - One male; one female
Simple Musings
Send help
  • A date gone totally wrong. MUSE A is struggling to get through a terrible date. They reach out to MUSE B to get them out of it. It is up to MUSE B to come up with a diversion to get MUSE A out of the nightmare.
Return to sender
  • Starlee and MUSE B were always close. When she was sent to Bryce, she made the choice to send a letter to MUSE B, but after weeks of waiting, she received no response. Starlee could only assume the person she once thought was a friend, had turned against her like everyone else. After her release, she sees the person and confronts them, accusing them of being a terrible friend. Later, she was digging through old boxes from her parents' house when she found a crumpled envelope. It was the letter she had mailed the letters RETURN TO SENDER printed on it in red ink. The letter never made it to the recipient. 
Summer checklist
-just some simple little ideas to maybe get a storyline going
  1. Visit a pumpkin patch
  2. Go on a hayride
  3. Go apple picking
  4. Tour a haunted house
  5. Get lost in a corn maze
  6. Bake goodies
  7. Carve a jack-o-lantern
  8. Watch all the classic horror movies
  9. Have a bonfire
  10. Walkthrough the fallen leaves

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