Lenna Dawntree was born of a mother and father who loved her dearly. Although they struggled financially, it was worth it for their baby girl. Until one day when a big storm hit and caused their plane to crash right out of the sky. Lenna was the only survivor. She walked away from the crash site covered in blood. The local police found her walking down a back road and she was put in the custody of next of kin, her grandmother Sandra. Within a few weeks, her grandmother mysteriously died with no prior health conditions and no real cause of death determined. Lenna was then put in a government orphanage. All she had left of her deceased family members was a golden necklace with a key pendant, left by her grandmother, in hopes that Lenna would one day find her way home (to the magic realm).
Lenna continued to live in the orphanage until she was about six years old when her aunt Anita found and adopted her, along with a young boy named Lucas Jones. At home, Lenna has her own room. She decorates it with area rugs, a bookshelf, gemstones and scented candles. She has a large fish tank with a combination of exotic fish and vegetation that really looks like a coral reef; it’s placed between her bedroom and bathroom wall. It’s really cool. She wants to eventually get more pets, specifically a chameleon.
Lenna loves to read and becomes a staff member at the university library between classes and on weekends. Lenna loves to play sports too. Soccer, volleyball and lacrosse are her favorite sports to play, however, she’s not on any of the teams. She is more focused on her academics. She has been a straight “A” student since freshman year and is looking to become a member of the student government association to get more involved with her fellow students, leave a legacy and secure her spot as valedictorian.