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Margaret and Zulma Meet.
What's your name?
Zulma tells Margaret that shemisses home.
I promise you, by the end of the year you would be back in Tobago.
Me miss she too, Margaret...bad bad... de goats and de chickens dem... and de sun and...
Margaret tries to convince her mother to get a job at her school.
Uh huh, but I can't find anything part-time right now.
Hey mom - you want to work don't you?
He hit me mother you know.
Margaret saw children gathered around in the playground so she went to see what was happening. She saw a girl crying, she told the children to leave her alone and asked her what was her name.
Zulma's mother and stepfather got into a fight about money.
Who? Your stepfather?
The Vice Principal calls Margaret into his office to help figure out why Zulma was sad. Margaret figures out that Zulma has "Homesickeness". Margaret promises get Zulma back home.
The Underground Railroad game was created.
Dogs? Real dogs?
Margaret wants her mother to get a job so that her mother could help her pay for Zulma's ticket to Tobago. Her mother explains that her father does not want her to get a full time job.
Margaret and her Mother got a lecture from her father about Margaret playing the Underground Railroad game.
You will have this nonsense knocked out of you. And it will happen in Barbados.
Mom you said I can go to camp again this year. Mom please Help me.
Zulma went over to Margaret's house to get over the fact that her mother and stepfather fought.
Margaret comes up with the Underground Railroad game when Ti-cush and Zulma comes over to her house to play. She plans to include the children in the neighborhood in their secret game.
No, Ti-cush.Not real dogs.
But what do you think Zulma?
It sound like fun, don't it Ti-cush? Let we try it, nuh?
Mr. Cruickshank told Margaret that he is disappointed that she created the game and the other parents are upset. He blames Vashtina for influencing Margaret in her bad behaviour.
Your father knows what's best for you Margaret.