A quiet and sickly girl
Aisla’s short Scottish life has been rough. She was diagnosied with leukemia when she was only two. At four she recieved a tick bite, and contracted Lyme disease. When she was six, she was diagnosied with Polio. At eleven she was suffering from turberculosis. at thirteen she was attacked by a bat, and contracted rabies. At sixteen she had a delibertating case of pneumonia. The doctors thought this one would be the last. She came through. Her legs started to fix themselves. The leukemia went away. The lyme disease and rabies was cured and the TB vanished. She was a perfectly healthy sixteen year old girl. Throughout the ordeal she learnt computers as it was all she could do.
When she turned eighteen a woman approached her called Norah O’Neil and offered her a job.