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I hope it's ok to do this by chapters. If you can think of a better way please jump in!!!

I finally found out that it was not Celia's husband that Minny was hiding from but the meter man...what a hoot.

Then her husband does finally meet her and isn't mad after all. What in the world can be Celia's problem. I've been lonely and depressed in a new place before and know that has to be part of it. And with Hilly there Celia will never be "in". What will she do? What does she do in those rooms? Such a mystery.

And I'm terribly afraid for Ms Skeeter and the maids. It was such a turbulent time back then and they really were putting their lives on the line doing the interviews.

Andddddddd now that Skeeter is dating the senator's son I have to wonder if he'll get on board with her and help be an agent for change.

At the end of Chapter 11 is where Hilly found Skeeter's satchel and has read what she thinks of the maid's bathrooms. I can only imagine th...See More
every three chapters...oops. chippy On 6/13/09, chippy wrote: > I hope it's ok to do this by chapters. If you can think of > a better way please jump in!!! > > I finally found out that it was not Celia's husband that > Minny was hiding from but the meter man...what a hoot. > > Then her husband does finally meet her and isn't mad after > all. What in the world ...See More
Jun 13, 2009
cjode That was funny, the way it turned out to be the meter guy. Celia's husband seems like a decent guy.....just wants his wife to be happy, sees her totally differently than anyone else. Loves her warts and all, so to speak.

I keep thinking about the book Aibileen's son was writing. His girlfriend has it.....shouldn't it be included in these ...See More
Jun 14, 2009


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