Short stature, Others perceive her as thoughtful, sweet-natured, but not a pushover, very determined. Her big personality makes up for her lack of height. Depending on what she's wearing, her eyes can look either green or blue.
Lucy was born in 2000 in Louisiana to Arista Sanchez, former Law enforcement and ACME agent, who left after her husband's tragic loss. Lucy's first memories are watching The Thunder Birds perform and going to the commissary for food, along with moving often. The kids in daycare had an opportunity to ride horses; the other kids were scared of the horses, but Lucy wasn't. She raised her hand and said, "I'll do it!"
The young woman wanted to be an agent since childhood. Through the stories, her mom told her and the newspaper, she followed ACME Detective Agency. At the age of fourteen, she joined the academy.
Currently, Lucy is a part-time student majoring in communication arts. She is hoping to go into public relations, non-profit organizations, such as The Humane Society. She also has an internship as a Vet, working with ACME'S K-9 unit.
Certified in C.I.T. or Crisis Intervention Training. (Dealing with emotionally disturbed individuals)
Small, blends in with crowd easier, can disappear quickly. curious, stubborn, hates being center of attention, quirky, observant, very shy around new people, not good in large gatherings
Advocating for animals, finding out about her father, being brave like her parents, and making friends
"If you're not willing to learn, no one can help you. If you are determined to learn, No one can stop you"
I think the real literal and socially challenged part is that nd (neurodivergent) people make sure sarcasm is understood as sarcasm so our intentions are understood bc intent being misconstrued feels so so very uncomfortable and being nd people think we're weird and avoid us or we don't know how to interact with a largely non nd people because they conform more to societal ideas that we have difficulty with or are unable to process. Like gender or some forms of humor!