Ladies of the mid-19th Century
Sweet, lovely, beautiful, good, sensitive, furious, serious, brave, afraid (particularly of heights)
Slender, fair skin, dark lavender eyelids, rose-red lips, yellow long-sleeved jacket with a long lime-green skirt with pink inside and multiple petticoats, magenta gloves, red-orange hair with curls, yellow bonnet with a white bow and a stripe, white bloomers and white boot-like skaters
Lover of Joe
Jenny and Joe's house with a double-sided picture frame (that opens and closes)
The Frozen Pond at the Forest
The Horse Couple (with blinders)
, her forest friends (including a rabbit couple, horse couple with blinders, and birds)
The Waterfall, thin ice
Skating with Joe, Joe's skating sketches (including figure eights and nines plus valentines), her animal/forest friends, being kissed by Joe, riding the sleigh in the winter
Being tripped and slipped accidentally by Joe, the Waterfall, heights, thin ice breaking, being in danger and in trouble, Joe chuckling at her after being tripped by him, the male rabbit's angry, stressed, outraged and serious temper (that was furious)
Powers and abilities
Skating abilities, elegant (albeit fiery) mannerisms, talents and skills
Is rescued by Joe and was kissed by him at the end.
Jenny is Joe's girlfriend in , the segment from Once Upon a Wintertime . She is a lovely and sweet young lady, but as she is not quite so skilled a skater as Joe, becomes swiftly annoyed at his playful pranks.
Jenny and Joe ice skate together, but when a near-tragedy ensues, she is heroically rescued by him.
Jenny and Joe ice-skating
Jenny having her back turned on Joe
Jenny seeing a crack in an icehole
Jenny fainted on an ice floe