Wednesday, December 5, 2007

Aimee Moore

Character Name: Aimee Moore

Physical Description

Birth date & Age: 11/25/1989, age 18
Height: 5'7"
Eye Color: Blue
Build: Athletic
Weight: 115
Hair Color: Brown
Sex/Gender: Female
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Personality Type

Main personality traits: Generally easy going, can get very competitive, non-judgmental, athletic
Disposition: kind, caring


Marital Status: single
Children: none
Place in Family: Oldest
Immediate Family Members: Mom (Cyndy), 17 year old brother (Charlie), 9 year old brother (CJ)
Relatives: Lots of Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, and my grandparents, but none of them live in Hawaii

Personal Data

Education: Senior at Maui High School
Occupation: Hostess at the Old Lahaina Luau restaurant

Social Class: Upper middle class
Religion: Agnostic
Ethnicity: Caucassion
Hobbies: surfing, horseback riding, swimming, lounging on the beach, shopping, beach volleyball, snorkeling
Ambitions: I would love to be able to travel the world some day, go to Australlia (I want to hold a Koala Bear!) and travel Europe. I think that would be a lot of fun.

Friends: I tend to make friends fairly easily, unless we don't have very much in common.


Favorite Color: Green and Blue
Favorite Food: Chicken Abodo
Favorite Beverage: Kahalulu punch
Favorite Book: Crashed
Favorite Time of Day: the night
Favorite Day of the Week: Saturday
Favorite Season: Spring
Car: Red 2008 Volvo C70 T5 Convertible

Favorite Sport: Volleyball

Favorite Place to Go: horseback riding, or laying on the beach and watching the sun set

Favorite Animal: Monkeys

Favorite Activity: Snorkeling


Shelly4thHour said...

I read that you had a non judgemental personality. I would love to hear your opinion on the book banning. I think you will agree with me when I say none of the books should be ban from schools.

knelson said...

Hey Koukonei Ku,
I was wondering what your thoughts were about the PTSA wanting to ban all of those books. I think that all of the books are all appropriate for high school students. Although some of these books have violent or sexual themes, most of them can relate to themes many teenagers experience on a daily basis. I think that the books are essential in a high school students' education because they highlight themes that are happening throughout the world. What do you think about these books? Do you think some of them are too violent or too sexual?
-Theresa Joplin