|Name: Sarah "Paddy" Mills|
|Shortdesc: 5'3" Slim, Early 20s Blue-Black Hair|
|Themesong: Scratching Post - Bloodflame|
|Stoya as Sarah "Paddy" Mills
"If Barbie is so popular, why do you have to buy her friends?"
Student at the U of C with a Major in Visual Arts.
WARNING: The following information should be considered OOC Knowledge unless you have the IC means to access it!
St. Patrick's day of 1988 was when Sarah was born and all through highschool the nick name "Paddy" stuck with her. She's the type of girl who took part in the Drama club and anything else the popular kids looked down on. She didn't mind being an outcast, a punk, a drama geek, an art floozy..or even being thought of as borderline Emo. At least she never attended Band Camp. The world is bigger than Peoria, the town she grew up in, and bigger than Chicago, the city she moved to. The world of 'Monsters' and 'Boogey men'. But Sarah doesn't see it as that; she's interested in the world that in the past was fully hidden in the shadows. She was considered different in school and can't help but feel a kinship to all others that are considered different.
Walmart..the place Sarah Mills does not wish to be employed at. Why the animosity? Her Parents both work there in the corporate office in Illinois. Father George as a legal accountant, and her mother Linda in public relations. Sarah swears she is not going to make it a family trait. Even though her father said he could get her a comfortable job after school in the executive offices. Pleading with her mother, she begged to let her live her own life and make her own choices. Mother was the weakspot and caved, agreeing to let her daughter pick what she wants to do, as long as she goes to school. Starting college a year or two late at the age of 20, she moved away from home to start studying her love, Art in all its media at the University of Chicago. Being Daddy's girl Sarah lives off of a comfortable allowance while she is away from home. This might be her first time away from home but she's not worried living in the city, she's looking forward to it.
Though she is only dipping her toes into the waters of the world, she looks forward to someday making a name for herself. But for now College is important. That and the countdown to the legal drinking age of 21. Sometimes an artist needs to vent or look in other places for inspiration.