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Getting to know Keira Cale

July 14, 2009|By EMILY WARD

Editor's note: Keira Cale is a Pulse correspondent. Over the next weeks you'll meet the rest of the Pulse staff.

Name:

Keira Cale

Age:

14

School:

Hedgesville High School in Hedgesville, W.Va.

Favorite type of music:

Aggressive, modern rock/edgy pop punk

Main hobbies: Listening to music, writing and being with my close friends

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Favorite color: Pink

Why did you decide to join the Pulse team? I have always loved to write, but have never been at the level of writing that I have wanted. So I joined Pulse to help me to become a better writer.

What is your favorite food? Chinese food

Where is your favorite place? I love to walk around in a small forest with no real purpose.

Family: David Cale, father; Amanda Cale, stepmother; Symantha Cummings, stepsister; and Kameron Cale, brother

Personal style: I don't really have a style. I'm kind of divided. I listen to stuff that some people call "screamo," but I wear stuff from Aropostale all the time.

Favorite book: I will read just about anything.

What is your favorite household object? I love the candles.

What is your favorite little-kid show? I would have to say "Courage the Cowardly Dog."

What is your favorite word and why? Despondency. It just flows when you say it.

Who are the most annoying celebrities? Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie

Are you a dog person or a cat person? A dog person.

What are five things you couldn't live without? iPod, cell phone, computer, books and my close friends

If you could be any animal, which would you be and why? I would want be like a wild dog or a wolf. They are pretty organized.

What in your bedroom most describes you? Probably my iPod

If you could dye your hair any color, what color would you choose? I don't think I would ever dye my hair. I like the color of my hair now and a strange color like green or blue wouldn't be me.

Emily Ward, 13, will be in eighth-grade this fall St. Mary Catholic School. She likes to read, write and play piano.

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