Why did this free spirit marry the likes of conservative religioid Eugenides Galloway? I believe the turn of phrase is shotgun wedding? Eugenides was her tax accountant prior to launch day and he was always very uptight. To fix that, she made him a smoothie with a little MDMA, one thing led to another, and then all of those things led to her becoming pregnant. Eugenides had a quick chat with the Come to Jesus app on his smartphone and it advised him to marry her. She was more interested in getting an abortion but that's why Eugenides bought a shotgun. He was not a man to turn away from the word of the lord. Eugenides had a ticket to citizenship in Mountain Viewtopia so she figured he was the better option. She was very wrong about that.
Soulstice believes in metaphysical forces far more intelligent than anyone and anything in all of existence. She has been known to judge just about anyone. She is kind of a judgmental moralist. She is kind of ineffectual. She has been known to come off as rude. She has survived something absolutely horrifying.
Soulstice is into outdoor activities, likes checking out new documentary films, and is interested in reading just about any entertainment magazines. She doesn't enjoy working out at the gym, sitting through war movies, or the irritating sounds of country music. On a normal day, Soulstice will be getting lost in the pages of Ahe Manohar Tari, honing her skills in Settlers of Catan, and filling up on huckleberries.
Soulstice's first child—the one she wanted to abort, mind you—was Hunter Galloway. When she and her husband discovered he was, in the words of Eugenides, gay for a robot, he blamed her pro-choice mentality for his deficiencies as a person. But raising a Psychoempath wasn't exactly easy and they neglected their second child, Violet Galloway, which different exactly turn out well. After all, she and her husband were murdered, Hunter didn't do it, and Violet's been missing ever since.
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