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By Cheryl Dellasega

Sadie, a.k.a. nugrl90, reveals out sooner or later that her semi-happy youngster existence is taking a significant flip towards catastrophe. not just are her mom and dad particularly, actually getting divorced (as they have threatened 100 times), yet now her kinfolk is relocating! She has to percentage a room with WS (Wicked Sister) and begin the college 12 months as 'the new girl.' So Sadie creates a weblog to deal with each W3TP (What's unsuitable With This Picture?) that has by surprise entered her existence. whilst Sadie meets BB (Buff Boy), she thinks that perhaps her good fortune is altering. may well this be Sadie's likelihood to slot in at her new university? Or will a courting with BB isolate her much more? via all of it, Sadie has her blog--where she vents to associates and the place she discovers the interior power to maintain relocating ahead. Written fullyyt in weblog kind, entire with a distinct 'clicktionary' explaining blogspeak and scattered hand-drawn paintings all through, Sadie's tale will pull in readers from the first actual web page.

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Things did get a little extreme between Mia and Jules— I’ve had a major headache ever since this started (though I’m still avoiding the nurse). Mia, since I know you’ll read this: I really did like you, but your comment about my family wasn’t very nice. 53 Dellasega Speaking of whom . . tonight DAD and MOM went o&o over the phone about T-Day (Thanksgiving). WS had to turn her music up extra loud to drown out MOM’s yelling. Then she opened the bedroom window and smoked a cigarette, right there!

S. I am not depressed, Sadie. I just don’t like it when you guys laugh at the way I talk. You may not realize it, but accents are beyond our control—I grew up in Texas (not Alabama), and that’s the way everyone sounds there. Posted 9/9 at 12:30 AM by kool2Bmia Mia, I’m so sorry! I didn’t mean what I wrote in a bad way, nd I like your accent—especially when you say y’all. Posted 9/9 at 12:35 AM by nugrl90 36 Chapter Four Friday, September 10 How fast you can go from hanging out at the swimming pool to a mountain of homework—on a weekend, no less.

WS just said w/e and shrugged her shoulders, but I could see her face turning red like it does when we get in a really big fight. The more MOM talked, the more upset she got. DAD also wants her to pay for half of our plane tickets. We barely have enough money as it is, even though DAD tells me he sends more child support and alimony than he has to. Maybe he forgets how expensive it is for two teenaged girls to live these days, especially when their MOM has a *noble but low-paying job* (Aunt Sara’s description).

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