- A soft bed
- Birch Rods
Name: Bella Maria Martinelli
Play by: Ruth Wilson
Age: Twenty Two
She is a small woman with a pretty face. Blue eyes peered from beneath delicate eyebrows, and her hair curls in brown. She is of a delicate weight, though not so thin as to look sickly. She does have curves in the right places
Bella was always inquisitive as a child, asking many questions of the nuns who raised her.She is dignified, obedient, quiet, though can show authority when it is called for. Because she was raised in an orphanage, she is soft spoken, though not meek, and attentive. She sometimes breaks out into song for no reason at all, and has the voice of an angel. Lastly, she is a multitasker, for she was trusted to help with the younger children and the chores
She hopes to teach children someday... And she hopes to find out if she has family
Bella cannot recall the face of her mother... According to the nuns, she had been abandoned in a basket upon the steps of a nearby cathedral, no note, no word as to why. She was a quiet child, though she did ask many questions about various things, and showed a brightness that most of the other children might have lacked. Her childhood was mostly uneventful, she was happy where she was at and did not expect to live anywhere but there.
When she was a teenager, she took on tasks of tutoring the younger children, and was well loved among them. But because she had no desire for a life of religion, it was suggested she venture out into the world and make her place. She set out and had a position for a time as a governess to a young girl, but left when her employer made unwanted advances toward her. She was able to save enough funds to keep her in an inn for a time.
She currently seeks a new position, hoping to avoid the last problem that left her unemployed.