There were no twists in Rose’s personality. She had never been deceptive, phoney, she had always been herself.
She didn’t carry grudges, didn’t let common negatives upset or effect her.
She fit in at school, knew everyone. Some were closer to her than others, but she had no problem with any of the other kids, or problems with herself.
She never came home and said; “I want a lunch box because Jane has a lunchbox” or “I want my hair to look like Marcia’s hair.”
She was comfortable with herself.
Rose didn’t want to be taller or shorter or fatter or thinner, she liked herself just as she was.
As you can see, Rose was rather unusual.