The other side of Eleanor's personality is the workaholic within her. She got into the university on a scholarship and she'd rather sell her entire book collection than lose it. Elle's always had an incredibly strong work ethic and due to her stubborn nature too, she will start a project the same night she got it and not stop until she's finished it. For someone so intelligent, she often neglects the idea of practicality and does what she feels needs to be done regardless of whether it'll completely wear her out or not. She's often over-tired and has bags under her eyes from the amount of stress she puts herself under but continues anyway.
Dorian Moreau - Father, 47
Adriana Moreau - Younger Sister, 9
Her father lives at home with her nine-year-old sister and occasionally, especially on the anniversary, struggles with his wife's death. On those days he rings Eleanor up and they talk for a good hour or two. Generally though, he's in good mental and physical health as is Eleanor's sister, Adriana.
Adriana is the light of Eleanor's life and she's always pestering her father to send pictures of the small girl and ask how she's doing. Since her mother passed, Eleanor took on an almost maternal role in Adriana's life and they're as close as two siblings can get. At one point, Elle even offered to stay home to help look after and support the family but her father instructed her to go to college as he knew it's what would be best for her and how she'd regret it if she didn't.
There was a specific place that he’d marked out he’d mentally marked out. He’d stood there for over an hour mapping out every line and curve he’d make across the grey, concrete wall. It was the main wall by an abandoned train station actually, and usually Phoenix spent time with his friends there since no-one visited anymore. It had never occurred to the boy to use the wall for his ‘talents’ but after an enlightening evening of a small camp-fire and shared blunt between he and his six friends, it was all he could think of.