Eileen is an young filmmaker with talent that has been noted by luminaries such as Steven Speilberg. Seriously. She is currently honing her skill at SUNY Purchase, though apparently only inasmuch as they force her to produce films for grades.
Many years ago, Xen and she shared romantic, breathy words and little else. She blamed the lack of commitment on Erik Erikson who, being both famous and dead, has been blamed for many things. Nonetheless, ending a burgeoning romance may be beyond his psychoanalytical ken.
She has drifted from a role in the story, as she is busily trying to show up other filmmakers and doesn't care much about Xen. As such, aside from a decided inclination toward what she derisively calls wimpsters, little is currently known about her.Aliases: Leeny Birthday: February 23, 1984Zodiac: PiscesHeight: 5'8" tall enough to look down on her nose while sittingEyes: Stonehenge blue to the green color of the waters off HawaiiHair: melting dark chocolateSpiritual Path/Religion: Freethinking CatholicRole: Estranged Friend/The One That Got AwayOrigin in Xen's Story: They worked together at the Mid-Hudson Children's Museum during 1998. She was much younger then and, while Xen was younger as well, he doesn't like to admit being attracted to a fourteen year old.Quotes: "Forever never seems to be around when things end."
"[My world is] like a crowded attic, but with age and time and a lack of proper upkeep by the owner, these little flowers have sprung up making it quite a lovely place."
"I don't like eggshells, they are uncomfortable to walk on."
Defining Moment in Relationship: As she told Xen that we could never be more than friend because of the chasm our ages presented and that she was too shallow for him, he watched her ponder the ivory chai in her hand. Then she handed him a present of Pablo Neruda's love poems that smelled of a Chinese tea shop.Divine Dominion Over: coffeehouse poetry, masks, teaBest advice: "Erik Erikson is a bastard."Future Profession: Independent Film MakerBest Quality: the wisdom she keeps in her eyesSuperpower: preternaturally powerful soul that causes one to smile no matter the situationSimilar to: Scooter on The Muppets, that little cute Looney Tunes kitten that cuddled with the soft-hearted bulldog (It has a name, it just has to), Doug Funny