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So Ms.

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Carpenter hurries over, picks up the humming box, and casually plops it into the front basket of her bicycle. Then she has a parade. Like those writers Ms. Carpenter is not a pampered girl or a trustafarian; in fact she has a beautifully cranky side and can drink and swear like a sailor. Like them too she is hyper-literate. And finally, like Ms. Powell and Ms.

Gilbert, Ms.

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Carpenter is very, very funny. Carpenter and Bill, her auto-mechanic boyfriend, move from Seattle to a small apartment in Oakland. Oakland has the highest murder rate in the country, she notes. The garden Ms. A loud freeway runs nearby; the place borders on a repair shop and junkyard; a billboard overlooking the lot warns against sexual predators. Before long, however, she transforms this lot into a small slice of paradise.

Chapter One

Stalks of salvias and mint, artemisia and penstemon. The thistlelike leaves of artichokes glowed silver. Strawberry runners snaked underneath raspberry canes. But as it strides artfully along, you begin to see that Ms. Carpenter has other things, even a larger argument, on her mind. Her own parents were back-to-the-landers whose marriage went bust when she was only 4.

She blames rural solitude. And by gardening in a bustling urban space she wants to have it all: ducks and heirloom artichokes and, well, friends. View all New York Times newsletters. Animals run through this book like messy toddlers at a busy playground, and Ms. Carpenter names and adores just about all of them. The bustle is invigorating. Wow, how interesting.. Lool, they say the car is moore expensive than her house and four others down the street Dead! These things are happening everywhere and its good to see that its coming out there and teaching the next generation who still need to think about there future and make decisions when they get to a stage of going to university.

Absolutely loving this!!! King regards Andy. I read the whole diary, it truly is an interesting books and warns the teenagers who like experimenting, helps the realise that in life everything you do has consequenses. I rilly enjoy this great story if ever u wna take it on moving pics m yr man.

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Wat a ravishing story…. I was going through City Press and saw something about Diary of a Zulu girl but as tired as i was, i just paged. Keep up the good work. Oh shiiiiit. At first I was like!!!!! Oh wow!! Oooow,,poor zulu girl i cant wait to hear wt happens next lets hope tht god will save her frm all ths nonsense..

Girl u going far…dis is just amazing,would love to see ur diary published and stored in some book shelves waiting for me to grab one copy…. I salute u man dis is a gud piece its so interesting n I gotta tel u wen my friend 1st emailed it 2 me I read chapters 1.

I cnt wait 4 chapter This is just too awesome! Azishe ke, next chapter! You such a phenomenal writer,I can not put this book down. My goodness! So I finished this book but am going through it again,Yep again. Ebooks and Manuals

Yep international. Its very impressive hw u articulate the story the languages and such detail. Are you creative or just plain crazy??

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You sure have too many conversations in your medula! Your stories are very exciting, they leave one in anticipation of what is still to come. I hope that you are also getting as much as you are giving. May God bless you. I think I was one of the first people to read this. Big Up man. Wow this book is interesting, if there is a movie coming on this book I just wish to play a part on it. If you live in Joburg or Pretoria like me , it is very easy to fall into these traps.

I mean not as extreme as these two no married men nd sex for money …i am from PTA after all lol. First years, this life is NOT as glamorous as it looks, and I know many girls who have become slaves to their habits. Thanx Mike for a great read. We are probably more conservative than these big city people thou. Well I must say! Da story is quite interesting…it really motivating.

I like wat da writer has said! De best story indeed! Can someone advise please. Is this blog in a form of a complete book. Does it have chapters of the story of this Zulu gal who went to Joburg, written in sequence, or how does it go exactly.

I am in it for the first time. Went through chapter 1 but cannot seem to find chapter 2 anywhere, Instead there is something called confessions of sugar babe part 1, which I have also read but cannot move on to anything after that once again. How does one read this thing from chapter 1 to 2 and so on?

I have even used the search engine to find chapter two but it told me what I am looking for is not here. Would it be that the old chapters are erased and do not exist anymore as I see on the right hand pane the list only starts from chapter 57 or so. Read the whole chapters in one night,,I been waiting for the next chapter like every 10min,,,,I want more on both books,,please pkease kunini silindile. I am shaking with delayed fear for I can feel that am getting to know the reason why my clever daughter never made it to Year II of varsity some ten years ago.

Well written. But Where is the rest of the diary bo? I would love to be a part of the tv series, should that materialise. What a story. Im beyond hooked. Hai no I was only told of ths blog today by my lavng brada inlaw I knt put ma fone down n been neglecting hm hahahahhahahaha u good Mr ill gve u dt.

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I really enjoyed reading tis blog 2 chapter 64,I can say I felt like it was my past life,cause I have been the but I was not in university,I was working as a contract sales lady when I met my baboon Nigerian guy I was 20 year at the time hi was a doctor,dan come 4 more 1 by 1 I was hooked by the money I was getting 4 em at first it was nice cause I always tolled my self its fine cause they ar not drag lot shame I was lost. Please share Tebogo ndumokwakhe gmail. Nnete ya baba banna, onwards I read.

Wow wow wow wht a story I dnt lyk 2 read bt ds hs grAb my attentn. Jst heard abt ds diary started rdng t bt hey d wae its so interestng, cnt wait 2 read d next chptrs n get 2 hear wht xctly happened 2 d Zulu gal. So wsh dt t cld b publshd so dt most ppl cld get n opportunity 2 hear abt ds t z realy so interestng big up 2 d wrtr. Mayize ku sabc ntwana 4 nabanye dt cnt access d blog.

This right here is the cold hard truth, something which happens to a thousands of young people who leave their homes for better livelihoods in Gauteng and the moment they get there they forget why they went there. I jst started reading this last night June12th,and already on Chapter Its crazy how one way or another,we propably all relate to the emotions or incidents occuring. I love this!