Jilawii’s parents moved to Nimbasa City, when she was nothing but a little egg. They were both career driven young adults, who thought parenting was giving their child anything and everything she asked for. She grew up into a spoiled selfish young adult without a real direction in life. Her parents began to see how bratty their child had become and decided to put and end to it. So they gave her an ultimatum, find a job or your out on the streets.
Somewhat reluctantly, she found a part time job at a bakery to keep her family happy. Jilawii started out working as few hours as she could, but the longer she worked there the more enamored she became of the intricate pastries and cakes that were so beautiful and temporary, meant to be eaten and enjoyed. Taking on more and more hours, Jilawii learned how to bake and cook the beautiful pastries she enjoyed so, finally finding something she wanted to spend the rest of her life doing.
Still fairly upset with her parents for kicking her out the pampered life she was used to, she decided that she would strike out on her own, and find a little town she could start her own pastry shop. Taking what savings she had, and packing up her bags she bid farewell to her beloved City, and to her friends and family, setting out to make her mark on the world.
Baking and shopping.
Most Indian cusine, Tikka Masala being her most favorite.
Hmm, That is true, I am used to writing much longer history sections, but the directions said to keep it short ans sweet, between 5 and 10 sentances, or three small paragraphs. Though now that I am not writing at 3 in the morning I should go back and see if I can reword anything to add more details and work on the flow ^-^;;
Oooh no, I understand. It feels a bit odd for me to be writing a history on the shorter side, and I do plan to go over it shortly and rework it so there is more information, and less rambling! I hope I didn't come off as angry or snarky. Haha, It was one of the things that was bothering me, how short it felt.