'Just a bit of fun with an imaginary script and an imaginary character. She has no name, but I would love to spend an afternoon with her playing bridge, painting a cheesy yet decorative, ceramic picture frame, shopping at the Dollar Store for bobble head dolls, or making finger foods for the next hometown sports game. I will call her "Mavis", just to give more specificity; but she may prefer something more casual, quite frankly. She has loose-fitting slacks which are an odd fabric, but she feels that they are flattering (she's right!) and she can tell you exactly how she washes them on permanent press to ensure that they don't lose shape and continue to flatter her 40-something figure. Mavis is a force of nature, to be certain. This is my longest narration sample to date, and somehow, without a script I was most comfortable being a bit improvisational, so I understand that this is somewhat less professional. "Mavis" just likes to show herself on occasion in case there are authors reading this who are searching for special characters (*or recipes*) which only she can deliver. She makes a mean martini before noon, and is the best "secret Santa" you would ever want to get a name for in the holiday carpool drawing during December. I wouldn't go as far as to call her a gossip, but Mavis would be happy to simply "chew the fat' about the new neighbor who moved in across the street, who somehow manages to take care of three labradoodles, wear perfect "up-do's" with never a curler in sight, and brought that prize-winning tuna and green bean casserole to the block party, just a week after moving in (when most people would still be searching for their Tupperware).
And yes, she is a fan of royalty (...and her 'homemade' jokes...and chicken).