While Callie always thinks of others first it's because she doesn't like to think of herself. When she removes herself from the equation it's easier she won't have a reason to judge herself for anything she does. She accepts the outcome life has to provide. She knows that good and bad are just opinions. Why should she think anything is bad if it doesn't have to be? Why can't everything just be? So she smiles every day, but does she really mean it?
Callie visualizes and thinks creatively. She doesn't ever hold a grudge. She is verifiably fun to be around. She is often making new friends. She has a lighthearted approach to life that can be nice but also become sort of bothersome. She is overflowing with self-doubts. She has been victimized in the past.
Callie is into useful things, prefers playing solitaire with a background soundtrack of R&B music, and finds value in reading autobiographical material. Nevertheless, she doesn't care for working out at the gym, romance films, and having anything to do with war movies. If you meet someone who's thrilled by the possibility of getting lost in the pages of Justice League: Throne of Atlantis, playing WWE '12, and watching The Sum of Us it's probably Callie.
Sometimes I get worried about Calliope. Everyone means the world to her but she leaves no room for herself. She's so afraid that caring about herself will get her hurt. How can a person be made to feel that way at such a young age?
But, in the end, she's okay. We all are. And she was right—it all comes down to a matter of perspective. You either learn to support the winner or you get recycled.
Callie was ecstatic over that Color Sample Wars episode with Artisinal Aquamarine and Tumbleweed when Artisinal Aquamarine got a dope match with panther and Tumbleweed completely crapped the bed by pairing with the surface of the moon.