International Women’s Day: Junie

This is an answer to [personal profile] kelkyag‘s question asked here for International Women’s Day: “What does Junie want to do when she grows up? (At any value of ‘now’ you feel like writing about.)”

Junie as a child is very torn about what she wants to be when she grows up. She sometimes wants to be a ballerina, sometimes an ambassador to one of the far-flung nonhuman settlements. Sometimes she wants to do her mother’s job, and act as a cultural translator; sometimes she wants to be a wizard like her father (and like her brother). For a week, she wanted to be a dragon, until she realized that was not biologically possible. As of “now,” being the kidnapping-Junie storyline, she wants to be a lawyer and an FBI agent.

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