Confessions – Chapter Six

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I tried to speak to him politely so as not to cause a scene. On Friday night I remember that Siyandas dad had annoyed him. Was he going to remember that and judge me on that? He told me that I was an early riser considering. I did not know what to say. I was so worried that my mother would hear us talking about what had happened by the park. He could see I was nervous because he kept on looking around for which one could be my mother. The way my mother and I look alike it took him less than thirty seconds to pick her out. She was still filling in the bank slips. She was sending money to her sister who was having financial problems but that was not a new story. My aunt that one was a mess for she always needed rescuing. The policeman insisted on talking to me though. It was awkward but i had to stand there and take it. I won’t lie I was so scared at that moment. My mother then joined us. I am sure she thought he was trying to woo (shela) me but he was polite and spoke to her. You know how mothers get all defensive when you approach their daughters. That was my mum at that moment.

He asked if he could speak to her outside it was important of which she told him she was married because I think she thought now he was after her. My mum is priceless like that. She was a bit surprised though but he told her that it was important and she will thank him later. I was panicking. My mother gave me the deposit slip and walked outside with him. A few heads had turned now to see what was happening. She couldn’t wait to hear what was so important. I could see him talking to her using his hands to emphasize his expressions. At some point it seemed as though he was giving her directions. I had no idea what was happening though because I was not a lip reader. This couldn’t be good at all. Maybe I should run away. Eventually they came back in and were laughing and all. Why was she laughing? Had he not told her? What then had been so important for her to have walked out with her?

I deposited the money and we left him behind in the bank. Not once did he look at me. What a dick! On the way home my mum spoke about church and other useless stuff. I was tempted to ask her what he had said to her but fear got the best of me. She did not lose her temper at all nor did she raise her voice when she was telling me all these stories, She seemed genuinely happy. Maybe this was the calm before the storm. When we got home she told me that we needed to bake because she wanted to take cookies to my grandmother’s place. Normally I would refuse and pull out all the teenage stunts but today I was buying credit. You know when you do nice things for your parents so that you can ask them for future favours. I called it buying credit. That’s the mode I was in now. I will be the sweetest child ever. Guilt does that to you and I was guilty as sin. We baked for hours and not once did I go on to my phone to chat. I am sure all of you your parents at some point have complained about you constantly being on the phone. No mistakes today.

Sunday was chilled. Thabo wanted to come over and see me since he had a car but I decided against it. I didn’t want to give my parents an excuse to find fault with me. He was a bit bummed about it but he understood. My dad is older than my mum by quite a bit and he has kids on the outside. None younger than me though. Because of his age he tends to be uptight about most things. My mum is more tolerant but has her moments. Thabo was not a secret but I can’t say he was officially accepted either. My mum knew about Thabo and my dad didn’t. Today however I preferred him far. My mum was nice to me though all Sunday. I don’t think the police man said anything. I had dodged a bullet. Now I could breathe. You know how we all have that “tell someone” moment. This was mine. I had no one to tell. It felt so lonely. I decided to call Siyandas dad. Oh, his name is Jack by the way. Well it’s not his first name but with these older men when they are after your ass they tend to use their white names. He will never be Moleboge or Seshasha, nah, nothing too African like that because it makes them look old. It will be Mike, Jack, John you know simple and straight forward. This aint Generations! He was a bit worried when I told him about the cop and how we met him at the mall. He reassured me though had my mum been told there is no way she would have kept quiet. That made me feel so much better. A boyfriend is supposed to reassure and always remind you that everything will be ok. Thabo if I panicked he panicked too or simply avoided the problem. Again maturity is so sexy. At least I had someone who can put me at ease. I went to bed with a smile. My secret was not out and i could live the dream. Besides I was only guilty of kissing the guy. Its not like I had slept with him.

I think we all hate Mondays. If God really created days Monday was created to punish us for the sins of the weekend. Sibongile was in one of her funky moods and accused me of ignoring her during the weekend. Honestly I didn’t ignore, I just forgot! I had life to live and did not want to spend it gossiping about other people as we always did with Cbowie! We knew everyone’s business and more!

Just before break I was called to the office. I wasn’t sure what they wanted and its very rare to be called to the office. I wasn’t worried though I had done nothing wrong. When I walked into the office everyone seemed to stare at me at once. It’s like they knew something was up!

There was my mum

Belt in hand

I knew I was in shit…

At school nogal!!!

****The End****


Happy Birthday to Nonkululeko Mpalweni and Portia Kopela. Be blessed!

170 thoughts on “Confessions – Chapter Six

  1. Great writing !!!! Awsome chapter , keep it up .. I have been checking the whole day ! Thanks Mike ..

  2. This sound like the N from Dairy of a Zulu girl, even her parents descriptions do match… Can’t wait for the next chapters! Thank you!

  3. Tjoh kuya’nyiwa Eish now I cant wait for the next one khauleza bhuti maan ufake’zinye i-chapter sisdikiwe kaloku kulinda thina

  4. ohhh thanx for wishing me a happy birthday frnd……mxahhh thats so sweet stay blessed too.thanx again a million tyms.

  5. Ohw hell no, WHAT! Naye umama angaza eskolweni with a balt ai no why didnt she wait when she got back from skull, now every body is going to know some mothers though hai mxm.

    1. Lol, my mother once followed me to a bash and when she got there to collect me, I got a warm klap from her people where like yooo mama wamshaya kanje? my friends were like your mother doesn’t take shi***T.

      but we’re well past that stage.

  6. OH SHIT!! But why must she cause drama at school what happened to the good old After school is After school

  7. Does it mean the mom kept quiet the whole sunday to suprise her at school. Moms mara sometimes eish i feel for her like its me in her position. GOOD READING, KEEP THEM COMING!

  8. Tjowe! Here comes trouble. Always expect the unexpected… Next chapter plzzzzzzzz!!! Suspense is killing me!!!

  9. Thank God u ddnt go 2 Thabo, imagine hw ur mom wudv looked @ u if u did!!! But 2 come gv it 2 u @ skul, I cnt imagine the embarassment!!! Can’t w8 4 the next chapters!!!!

  10. Iyooooh i sabottage e ngaka! we waited all the day to get hooked up, cant believe how many times i’ve been refreshing this page hoping to find new uploads….Aaaaaah thank you Michael for giving us good reads. This is getting intresting by day,keep them chapters coming…cant wait for the next one:)

  11. Eskoleni kodwa lol hooh shame bengingavele ngizichamele hopefully akazelanga indaba kaJack or John whoever da sugardaddy’s name is mmmmm kodwa nkosyam idrama

  12. Okay so this is getting crazee!!!!
    I have to ask…I can’t wait…
    When’s the next chapter coming out???????????????
    P.S. You’re a brilliant writer!!!!!

  13. And I remember it, like it was yesterday, the belt on my skin, thanks to mommy, ngangigangile bo nami!!! Ngizula futhi… I ended up not crying uma ngishaywa…. Siyabonga Mike for another wonderful chapter.

  14. Lmao,can’t stop laughing.My mom would do something like that,make you think your off the hook then pounce on you when you least expect it.But @ school though,hahaha

  15. I cant stand this please post at least 10 chapters NOW!!!! The suspense!!!! I think her mom is there because she thinks it is one of the teachers.

  16. Nelisiwe’s dad is much older dan her mom….n Thandeka notices de age difference btwin N’s parents….do de maths

  17. Ey its hectic now.. Reall ish be going down.. Reminds me wen my mother also slapped me at school wen I had boy troubles aswell..

  18. Lerato im with u-This is N from the Diary coz the description of her parents matches those of N’s… So it all makes sense now. . .mmmmhhhh. . . Im loving it!!! Great stuff bro. Neeeext pls!! 🙂

  19. Mike let’s make a deal pleaaaaase 2 chapters a day this waiting business is killing us…#diaryofagalhooked

  20. Now I’m hooked on both stories! Patiently waiting for chapter7…omw at school though. I wonder what has happened…

  21. …these cliff -hangers though!!!!! are you trying to kill us dude?

    I vote for a DAILY upload/publication of AT LEAST one chapter for each story bandla…all who agree, say “NJE”…or we shall march to the revolutionary house to emphasize our displeasure at being left hanging at the end of every chapter comrade…hahaha

    …but seriously though, Michael…one chapter per day for each story tuu! zama ke.

    oooh, and weekends it should be at least 3 chapters per day – lol 😉

  22. So its my first time reading today, so confessions stop here by chapter6? Nd its not da same as Diary of a zulu girl? Pls fill me up

  23. Yohhhhhh.. Lol I’d start running lmao yohhh this gal.. 1st the cop now her moms at school nogal.. Dzamn.. Keep them coming Mike loving it.. Xoxo #1 fan.

  24. gosh! This blog keeps us in suspense, I’m loving it though. You should post more chapters on diaryofazulugirl, its been too long now

  25. lol have a test to write today but I left my books for your blog, I am soo hooked not that I am complaining, there is always something to learn in your chapters…..keep them coming

  26. Oh wow- I am very hooked to these 2 stories! Please publish 3 chapters for each for the weekend. please!

  27. YOhhhhhh.. I am a guy but I read all chapters in a day..
    Interesting read I tell u..My man, u shud make this a script and create a drama to replace Geneartion… i SALUTE U .. u r a gr8 writer..

  28. Why do you feel the need to do this to us though Mike???? why??? OMG……..when i come back from lunch i want to find chapter 7 mo. please eh, i beg

  29. I must just say you are the best! I am so hooked with your stories, please make a promise, of blessing us with just one chapter a day. Lovely stuff, keep it up!

  30. My goodness. This is an interesting read thus far. I like alot!

    Mara le ena Jack, he seemingly likes them super young

  31. wen evry chapter ends, 1 bcum addicted, and anxious 2 no wts cookin in da nxt..damn! Gotta admit diz shit iz dope..bleksam! Keep damn cumin! Neva read such an interestin story like diz

  32. mxm im tied of waiting ,let m jst save myself frm more heartache & stop reading this blog…..#crying 🙁

  33. Ahh u see now Mike… One post a day ndoda. U cnt write so briliantly then leave us hanging n begging fr more like this errtym. I read all 56 chptrs of Zulu girl in less than 24 hours n all 6 of confessions in less than an hoir. Dnt do this webakithi ahhh.

  34. Man oh man…Mike another fix plz,can’t u see we all r addicts now,,was hoping I’d find atleast one chapter nyana nje,,oh well Good work bra..keep it up neh…N oh I invited u on Fb,,u must accept #wink

  35. u r really a gud writter i must say,i so hate to complain but nna the suspence is really killing me really.

  36. Tjo mom and belt @school this is so not gonna be gud just imagine the embarrassment ….lol anticipating chptr 7….

  37. Hehh! I had told myself that after this chapter, I would start doing my weekly chores. Fat chance of that happening right about now because I want to know what happens NEXT!! Shuu! #addicted

    Plus the weather is not helping…raining buckets here in the mother city…

    Keep it up bhutiza! 🙂

  38. What the…..!eish that was always my fear @ skul,even if it wasnt bad,your parent @ skul???tjo…hectic!

  39. Oh! Man I’m only reading this blog now and I’ve been referred so many time, I must say I’m late but defenately catching up:)

  40. This realy has 2 b N coz in the diary of a zulu gal u mentioned sumthing bwt N’s mom n N’s resemblence was sooo strong dat u cud tel that dats N’s mom!same way da police guy was able 2 identify nelisa’s mom

  41. hololo i gues ur little secret wil come out sooner than we expected,i cant help bt wish u can just stop what u’v started with jack nau b4 its too late,u meeting dat cop at da bank might be a sign dat u took the wrong bus garly

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