I am preparing for this party not knowing this is going to be my last working day in this family. But I do not know, I could not know.
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I am preparing for this party not knowing this is going to be my last working day in this family. But I do not know, I could not know. And it had everything to do with the discussion of Mama and her sister about my bums. Bums are good, aren't they? But you can never tell if they are landing you into ‘things' or into problems.
I am planning to wear one of the dresses Baba bought for me but when I return from the bathroom, I do not find it on top of my bag where I had left it. Then Miriam comes in to ask me to give her the SIM card they had given me to use. I had not even inserted it in my phone because I feared they were trying to tap my conversations. I give it back but I do not link it to my imminent sacking.
I ask where my dress is and I am told it is in Mama's room. When I ask her about it, she says it is too tight on me and she has to take it back to the shop for an exchange. She asks me what my intention was, exposing my butt all the time. She was going to get me such a large dress that nobody would notice my curves...
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