Madison Renard, who wants me to let the fairy go, and keeps insisting I shouldn't be keeping the fairy. She's been trying her best to make me feel bad but only succeeds in getting herself upsetting. She needs to loosen up, but I know she's not going too, not Madison.
Westley Fench, my best friend. He's seen the fairy and is helping me keep her hidden. He thinks it's great. He won't give us away, although he does let Madison get under his skin.
Tim Morrison, another friend from church. He would give you the shirt off his back if you asked. I have a suspicion Westley may have shown him the fairy. He's good. He won't give us away.
These are my Samoan buddies. They play football with me and are on the front line. With them opening up holes in the defense it'd be impossible not to be a great running back. They go to my church too.
Jessica Boxer, one of Madison's friend's from church. She thinks she's tough but she's not. She has a scarcastic sense of humor.
Sarah Holmes, another friend from church. Has more common sense than any of the other girls, which isn't necessarily saying a lot.
Marie Vasquez, also from church. She's Ramiro's sister and she is tough. Wouldn't want to meet her in a dark alley, even if she does like short skirts. She's my lab partner in chem. lab and the fairy spilled chemicals on her that one day I took the fairy to school.