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Meet W - Week 2 - Character Profile

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The character's name is: W - an imaginary friend, who's also a family friend, passed down from generation to generation

On the outside, they look like: A pair of eyes at first, but according to what the Anderson kids desire, they can turn into any living they desire. They are cheerful, happy and is a master of many faces. Loves drama as they are an actor as you can tell!

On the inside, they are: Sad because the Anderson kids keep growing up and eventually leave them behind.

What they want most is: A friend who can last forever. They don’t want to keep saying goodbye.

What stops them from getting what they want is: They can’t turn to anyone else unless they are an Anderson. They believe no one has enough imagination as they do.

What they need to learn is: They are enough on their own. As soon as they learn to not be desperate with entertaining everyone and clinging on to people, they will be fine!

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