| Adrienne Zoé Tremblay
There are no limits to the majestic future which lies before the mighty expanse of Canada with its virile, aspiring, cultured, and generous-hearted people.
- Sir Winston Churchill
||Adrienne Zoé Tremblay
||Jonquière, Québec, Canada
||An apartment in Ville de Québec
||5 feet, 5 inches
||Jeannine Tremblay (Mother)|
Samuel Côté (Father)
Clara Tremblay née Gagné (Maternal grandmother)
||The Council, Canada
Adrienne Zoé Tremblay is the Canadian Council Representative.
Her parents, Jeannine Tremblay and Samuel Côté, had been together for about 2 years when on April 16th, their baby, a girl who would soon be named Adrienne Zoé Tremblay, was born.
When Adrienne was 3 years old, her parents split up. She still saw her dad some, but not much. She and her mother continued to live in their apartment in Jonquière. Throughout out her childhood, her best friend was the little girl across the hall: Florence. At school she met her other two good friends, Frédérique and Ariane.
Every single weekend, without fail, Adrienne and her mother went to visit her grandmother, Clara. Clara’s husband had died before Adrienne was born and Clara lived alone on the other side of the city. And when Adrienne was 14, and Clara got sick, she moved in with them until she got better, and then when she did get well again, she just never moved out. Clara lived with them until her death, when Adrienne was 21.
When the calls from her father tampered off, her mother would sigh irritably and said me must be forgetting to call, and mutter under her breath about how he was a deadbeat. Yes, he had been forgetting. Because he was busy working with the Council. And a year later when Adrienne wanted to join, he was able to secure her a spot.
She’s intelligent, and can be very focused and rather intense. But she’s also a dreamer, with an airy sort of quality about her. She’s stubborn, and won’t give in, and often compromise when she really ought to, because she sees it as giving in and settling for less.
She had blond, slightly wavy hair, with darker undertones. Her eyes are a jade colour, somewhere between green, blue, and grey. Different colours show up more or less, depending on the light and what she’s wearing. She has a slender build, but not extremely so.
|Jeannine Tremblay — Mère
||Samuel Côté — Père
||Clara Tremblay — Grand-mère