The grandmother had jumped because she had realized she had made a terrible mistake. The grandmother had startled the cat she had hidden in her basket. The cat had jumped onto Baily and caused him to have an accident. Everyone was okay after the accident and was resting on an old bank. While the family was resting a car came driving down the road.
During her walk she hears footsteps behind her. She knows that it is not someone she knows but whispers, “Mom,” just incase. During all of this she reminds herself of what her mother would think. She thinks to herself, “These were all things mother would have said showed a lack of thought.” Then
When her siblings all gather in the room to see what happened, she says, “Nothing… I just thought the ceiling would look better lying on the floor than hanging up. What do you think? Come in and have a seat and tell me” (153). Mary Call is surprised that the ceiling fell and shatters their mother's rocking chair. She already has
The mother then goes to sit on a bench as she watches her two sons play and looks at her phone. She yells out to the boys that they have ten minutes to play and explains they have something to do afterward. Then the mother goes to shoot the basketball with one of her sons, aa her other son falls off the bicycle. She approaches him and removes the helmet from his head and gives it to the other
There was so much syrup everywhere she wondered who was doing that She sawsay a young kid running around spraying syrup everywhere. She went over to the kid careful not to slip and admonished him for doing that. At that moment the phone rang.
Mama, has to make a decision, about what to do with the money. She gives a down payment for a house. She chose a house in a withe neighbor, Clybourne Park. When Mama gives the new to their children Beneatha and Ruth were very happy.
Jane quickly stopped singing and silently look at her mother with fear in her eyes. The men continued riding their horses to the house about a mile from where Jane and her mother were, Ruth told Jane they must be asking the homeowners if they saw anyone running around last night. As night fell on the swamp Ruth began carrying Jane. She was walking through field moving very slowly just incase someone was out looking for her.
Although Mary Alice got the answer from Grandma about vampires she is still kind of scared by closing all the window of her room but, she went up the stairs first and Joey after. The last example is “For pity sakes, don’t mention those old coal-oil lamps,” Mary Alice whispered to me. “She‘ll shut off the electricity and make us use them.” This year, the town was celebrating the 100th birthday.
She asked Mrs. Moreno to wake her up when the movie was over, so she could go to bed. Her mom agreed to this, but instead of waking Yollie up, she laughed and tip-toed into her bed. Yollie woke up on the couch in the middle of the night, and had no idea
As he rounded the corner to one of the old buildings in his small town he saw her on the ground covered in her own blood crying silently now as she struggled to breath. He quickly called the cops and told her it was okay and tried to be as soothing as possible. Grateful for the help she tried her best to focus on her breathing rather than the man that had just made an attempt at her life. As the ambulance rounded the corner Billy Bob Jr. took her up in his arms and rushed to the back doors of the van just as the paramedics came out to help.
She figures it is only her teenage daughters who were outside coming to ask for a fresh glass of water. Instead, through her window she spotts a black car idling next to the curb. Curiously, she walks to the door to welcome the unknown visitors. As she opens the wooden door by twisting the warm doorknob, her