Chapter 1.1

Moving to Rivierview and starting afresh, had it’s challanges.  Recently it had become a popular town of choice for young couples to settle in and the price of properties were soaring.

With my tiny trust fund of $16 000,  I thought it best to buy the best property I could for my money in the most “exclusive” suberb.  This way I felt I would lay a good foundation for my future generations of girls.  Of course this had it’s setbacks…

… money for the plot, a bed, and not much else, *lol*, but I am ambitious and expected myself to manage fine.  I lay on my bed and dreamed of the magnificent future I would create for myself.

Me and my bed

I went downtown to Doo Peas Corporation Towers and got myself a job  as a ‘coffee runner’. My business degree did not seem to matter.

I guess not having daddy around, I would have to rely on myself to get ahead.  I jumped into my job with gusto, and was most proud to pay my first bill!! *LOL*  only $4!!
My first bill

Luckily my first pay check was $156, so I had coins to spare, but I saved them for some bare necessities.

I relied on scrounching around the community gardens to find fruit and those marvelous picnic hampers in the park to find food.

Hygiene was left to the gym facilities… daddy would roll over in his grave!!

As the “CrinkleWinkle” luck would have it, when I had starved and saved just enough to get myself a shower and a toilet… LO’ and BEHOLD, some unscrupulous thief appears and steals my toilet!!!
That Thief!!!

I hoped that I would manage to meet some nice man, I endeavored to search the town for my perfect mate!!





  1. moondaisy101 · October 9, 2009

    I really like the way you explained why Morticia went for the best available an most expensive lot!
    Oh, bummer! She’s only just starting out and then THIS happens…

    • worsiedog · October 9, 2009

      I wanted to give the story a bit of believability from the beginning, as well as wanting to portray Morti as the strong, clever woman I was expecting her to become.

      My whole idea was to make this legacy about the strength and courage of women and how they are there for each other and stand up together in crisis!

  2. Lisa · October 27, 2009

    Having your toilet stolen is pretty low. Can you imagine the thief trying to fence a toilet?!

    • worsiedog · October 28, 2009

      Lol at thief trying to fence a toilet 😀

      Another poor legacy that has a toilet thief is Sunset Valley Ramblings: The Creeper Legacy.

      This thief fancied the toilet more than once! Lol, he even gave himself a toilet related villian name.

      Thanks for stopping by, I hope you enjoy the rest of it.

  3. Emmz · September 18, 2010

    My theif stole my toilet too :L

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