She was the little golden eye of the neighborhood. She was admired and respected by everyone including the boys on the dark side, the women, the roughnecks of the neighborhood, everyone had a special place in their hearts for her. The reason for this was she was raised by the entire neighborhood, both of her parents were killed in a car crash when she was very young. She was left ophaned. But the neighborhood took ownership of this young girl. The women all were like a mother, and the men were all like a father to her.But truth be told, Ahu actually raised herself. Every home she visited she would learn something. From one home she would learn how to cook from the mother, from another home she learned how to play chess from the father, from yet another from a son she learned how to secretively smoke and from the eldest sister she would learn how to sew. She also knew that all along that while she was learning from them that no deed comes without gratitude and compensation. She would help the youngsters in the homes with their school lessons, she would assist with the preparation of meals, doing dishes, or help at their stores attending the cash register. By doing all this she received the love and admiration of everyone. In the end she was able to visit all the homes in Kuyudibi, shared their secrets, listened to their griefs, she became untouchable golden eye of the neighborhood.She attended University, and studied photography. But she never left Kuyudibi. Kuyudibi was her home. She owned her life to the neighborhood. She established a photography studio in the neighborhood. That was her home, place anyone can visit at any time. Ahu was Kuyudibi, just like Kuyudibi was Ahu, they were inseparable.One person was always different than all the others. He never left her side. Since their childhood she was the love of Sari's life. Ahu always viewed him differently. Eventually everyone accepted Ahu and Sari as a couple.