About me: Born into a family of hippie wiccans, Topanga was brought up different than the others of her small town. The people inside the small town she and her family resided in never truly accepted the ways her parents brought up their children, always claiming abuse and neglect due to their strange non-conforming ways. "Church blessed" woman would spit upon her mother's porcelain face each time they spotted her at the grocery, while they wore their fake smiles chanting the words of God. Her mother had always said, "if they were truly believers of their God then they wouldn't judge others for their ways.. That their God was a merciful one, but they were not."
She never truly understood why the towns people hated her family until she reached schooling age and everything seemed to fall into place, she had been spat and laughed at through most of it.. Every waking moment of horrid words and vile acts seemed to bring her peers joy, just as it had when the adults tormented her mother... Though when they seemed desperate enough, they would come for readings or a simple healing herb for something.. It was only when someone wanted something did they treat them with a little respect.. Though in the end, nothing truly changed.
It wasn't until her father died in a hit and run accident did things differ, not in the best ways either. It didn't take long for her mother to grow ill, the love of her life had passed and she mourned his presence until she simply grew too ill to continue.. Many said she died of a heart attack, but Topanga believed without her father to guide her that her mother had grieved herself to death and died of a broken heart.
Topanga soon took up the role of her parent for her two younger siblings until they were old enough to find for themselves, no one cared enough to check on them or even offer assistance.. She saw them through to High school before them spread out for college, leaving Topanga to start her own life in her small town home.
(This is simply the outline and quickest way to give information about her until I can finish the complete draft)