Deep in my heart, deep in my mind
Take me away, take me away
A mistake. That's what you were. For your whole life you'd been weak, sick, helpless. You couldn't work or do anything on your own for that matter. Carrying yourself on the streets of the East End like a stray dog looking for an owner, that's what you'd been doing every single day since the age of ten, when your family dumped you.
It felt as if life itself was over. You, a young woman of twenty years old, couldn't live like you had been. The luck on your side ran out with each passing second, and you knew that soon enough it'd be over. No medicine, no nurse, nothing. Nobody to help or care for you, nobody to love you properly.
Nobody until Earl Trancy of the Trancy household found you on the street, and being in one of his rare sympathetic moods, took you in as a new maid. He declared most days that you were "utterly pathetic and useless, but far better to be around and than Hannah" which was, in all honesty, en