Born in the early nineties into a pure blood family, Isolda was born with the proverbial silver spoon in her mouth, something that as a child was just something that simply was. Her parents ideals were normal and as she aged from toddler to child she never questioned it, after all her parents were the dictators of her world. Life changed when she went to Tallygarunga, sorted into Bourke house and thrown head first into the wizarding world as a whole.
Her first two or three years were not easy, surrounded by people she had been raised to believe were inferior to her. However, slowly over that third year and stretching into her forth the forced interaction with people from all walks of life, allowed the young Issy to see views of the world beyond the limited one her parents had taught her. This slow but steady change of view which happened not because of one big event but a lot of little ones, because of making friends, seeing other ways of living and even the influence of different adults in her life was complete when she stepped into her sixth year.
It was in this year that Issy knew what she wanted from her life as she pushed ahead, knew what she wanted to do as a career and more importantly knew that one day she wanted to pull away from her family and their ideals. So the young blonde made a plan and then spent the rest of her school career and further education putting that into motion.
Isolda stayed with her parents, stayed in with her family after she finished Tallygarunga and all through her education at the Victoria University. More interested in getting a good education without adding a financial and emotional drain onto herself until after. It wasn’t until long before she graduated that Isolda discovered a truth about herself, a truth she isn’t still entirely sure if she’s happy about. This truth was that she was the biological daughter of a different wizard too the one who was raised her. That she was only an half sister to her beloved younger sibling and actually had another half sibling in the world, someone she already knew.
This could have made her break away from the family sooner, but, with patience she doesn’t often have outside of the healing room she waited. Waited until she graduated and landed her first job. Then she turned around and cut ties with all her family members, with the exception of her little sister. Whom she still tries to remain in touch with.
Years have passed since the day she freed herself from that society, now she’s a year into her job with the international wizarding police, still a highly trained healer and starting the ball rolling on become the guardian of her sister, Meadow.