Ivy woke up with a small groan as there was a pounding on her door, before she could get a word out a woman dressed in a black dress and white apron comes rushing into her room. "Ivy love, you have to wake up. The mistress is going to be awfully made if you are late for breakfast." The maid rushed, pulling out clothes for the girl to wear and was yanking her out of the bed, to which Ivy lazily got up trying to wake herself up. "She is always mad at me, so me being late to breakfast isn't going to make that much of a differences." she told her. "I know, but let's just make this day as easy as possible." she told her softly. "Alright, alright." Ivy yawned as she got dressed and her hair done for the morning. "Don't forget to water my plants, alright?" she asked the maid as walked out of the room and started to head the large stairs case and to the dinning room. The maid looked back into the girls bedroom that was covered in plants. Either potted plants on the floor, on shelves or even some hanging from the ceiling. They covered the girls room, sighing the maid hung her head. "Yes ma'am." she said before going to get the watering can. Downstairs Ivy was greeted by a rather plump woman who was already eating. "It's about time." she scolded her. "What kind of lady are you, you should of been up already! You don't keep others waiting." she scolded her. Ivy glanced at her and grinned a bit. "It doesn't seem like you waited too long aunty." Ivy sneered as she took her seat and started to eat as well. "You are just like that damn father of yours, as ugly as him as well. I don't know what my sister thought in marrying him and bringing his demon into the world. Because of it, she is buried six feet in the ground now." the woman spat. All Ivy could do was nod her head, it was the same thing she heard over and over again. Her aunty went on and on belittling her, making fun of the way she looked and dressed. It never ended, but Ivy had learned to tune that out. When she was done eating she just got up from the table and took off out of the mansion of a house. It wasn't a place she would ever call home, but it was a start. She didn't live too awfully far from the school, so instead of having someone drive her, she just simply walked to the nearest bus stop and got on. Getting a seat near the back, she yawned and tapped her face trying to wake up. Looking to the window, she watched the orange glow of the sky as the sun was coming up more and more. It wouldn't be too long before she reached the school and her day would begin as usual, nothing too exciting ever seemed to happen.