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Rachel 'Ray Gun' Flynn Profile
Rachel 'Ray Gun' Flynn
Full Name: Rachel Walda Flynn-Garcia-Shapiro
Nickname: Ray Gun, Kiddo, Redhead
Height: Almost like Isabella when she was a kid
Birth date: May 14th
Professions: Student (on vacation)
Parents: Phineas Flynn and Isabella Garcia-Shapiro-Flynn
Brother: Eduardo "Eddie" Flynn
Pets: Ernie the Chinchilla
Personality: Highly imaginative, tomboyish, loud, rambunctious, fun, caring, optimistic, smart, adventurous, she can get a little furious, emotional
Likes: Toys (Notably her toy ray gun), movies, her parents and her little brother, most of the imaginary people in her own world, fun and games, rock music
Dislikes: Being lonely and ridiculed, not being taken seriously or fun, mean-spirited people, being entirely girly
Weaknesses: Worries about not being able to live up to her parents); Speaking first before thinking about them and also worries about how well they turn out.
Behold, the true threat before you!
Current Residence: Home
Favourite genre of music: Video Game Music
Favourite style of art: Fan Art
MP3 player of choice: iPod touch
Shell of choice: What?
Wallpaper of choice: Favorite Characters
Skin of choice: What the hell??!!
Favourite cartoon character: Mostly Female
Personal Quote: Fall before me.
I Have Something Important To Say....Hello everyone, I have something very important to say.....
You see, during the months of January and February me and my family were impacted with some changes. On January, my father was diagnosed with cancer that was located on one of his kidneys ! Weeks later, he had an operation where the doctors removed the infected kidney with great success but due to the large size of the tumor, it has spread not only to his liver but to his lungs as well. So after the surgery, me, my brother and my mother have visited our dearest family member very frequently to give him the love and care he really needed. During his stay at the hospital, he was experiencing some after effects from his surgery such as tiredness, loss of appetite, swallowing on certain areas of the body, dry mouth, drowsiness, and minor pain. Thankfully, my father was being taken care of with great assistance from both the doctors and the nurses. Each day the symptoms tend to wear off, but the road to my father's recovery i