Sandra (Sandy) Davis
Sandy is a lovely fifty-nine-year-old woman living in the suburbs outside the city of Manhattan. She's exercised daily since she was 15 and has naturally auburn-colored hair with an olive skin complexion.
Her husband, Nick, is an auto salesman. Nick had a trust fund that set them up very nicely when they were first married, but they've burned through most of it. Nick and Sandy agreed that was okay because their children were grown, and she and Nick didn't need much. They live a regular, comfortably dull life, as Sandy would say.
Sandy doesn't work and has never had to, but life recently got a touch more boring with Nick at the lot and the kids off at school. So, she decided to start spending some time in the city. It was just a 20-minute ride away. The city buzzes life into her core. Mostly because she's spent most of her younger years there, Nick thought it was best to move to the suburbs when they had planned to have children.
She feels her suburban mom's clothing style is outdated, causing her to update her wardrobe completely. Now, with fresh attire and a newly added city girlfriend, Sandy is wondering who she wants to be when she turns sixty in a few months.