Both girls wanted to do their project on someone with a story worth telling people about. They decided to make a list of people that would be worth telling about. I open my locker and Sarah’s promised note is taped to the door. It was a tradition between the two of them. In today’s note, Sarah is disturbed that Janie’s still isn’t eating in the lunchroom.
Andy told Jill, “Hey are you alright?you good, youwe should probably close shop until Lucy and shirlSheri get here.” Jill replied stubbornly, “No thanks i’m good, I can handle this.”Jill replied stubbornly. SThen, she heard a loud sound come from the dining area, she found a customer on the ground next to a puddle of syrup.,When she went to go help him but slipped alsoshe also slipped. 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.
The notion that she owns the town, trying to perfect it, and being deceptive while doing it are all traits that will get Miss Strangeworth in trouble. These traits are all things that lead to the downfall of Miss Strangeworth's roses. Trying to perfect other people is generally not taken well by others, they feel judged, as they are. This story shows why a book should never be judged by the cover, because there are often secrets hiding in the
She acts as if she is completely shocked by his death. Mrs. Hale states, “She was rockin’ back and forth. She had her apron in her hand and was kind of-pleating it” (Glaspell 1081). This allows us to know that Mrs. Wright was still shocked from what happened. It is also seen in her unfinished quilt and her messy kitchen.
One issue being how fragile their marriage was and that it was all based upon the pickle dish. It made it clear to people that something was not right when the pickle dish was brought down from the shelf. In a way Mattie symbolized the cat when the pickle dish was destroyed. The cat knocked over the pickle dish, which symbolised the destruction of their marriage. This shows that when the cat destroyed the pickle dish, Mattie also destroyed Ethan and Zeena’s
“I had a couple errands to run,” I replied. I knew I couldn 't keep lying to her about what I did after work. With a sense of guilt coursing through me, I continued over to my glass dining table and took a seat. She walked over with my meal and set it down in front of me. She sat down on the other side of the table.
I walked into the small cottage kitchen with a bowl of steaming soup, and I saw my grandma and my grandpa sitting amongst my family. They all seemed very controversial today, so I walked to my table with my soup and sat down slowly. Mother looked at me with a sulking expression when I placed my napkin on my lap and started to eat my slightly warm biscuit. “Something very important happened today, my dear.” My mother looked down, as if she were trying to tell herself this was just a dream. My father, who was looking at a stack of papers that he had bought before the Stamp Act was passed, flipped through them like he was trying to figure out their use.
Feng Huang was enraged, her grabbed her from the bed throwing her on the ground. Suchin woke up with pain in her body confused about lying on the cold, hard floor, she looked up. Feng Huang stared at her silently. Oblivious to his anger, she threw herself on him. “Husband?” She called out.
adult me. I looked of disappointment on my face was too hard to hide. I sunk down to my knees and held my hands firmly against my face. “Mom I am here.” The adult me, sees me and turns to face me with sad look of dismay on his face. “Hon why do you look so sad?” “I don’t know mom, just weird things have been happening to me and I am not quite sure why.” “It’s ok hon, come inside we will have some cookies and tea, and I am sure after a while you will feel much better.” The adult me followed my mom into the home, but not before looking back at me.
While police are looking around the house, the two women from the community look around the kitchen to see what clues they can find to figure out why Minnie would do this. They notice isolated existence and broken furniture and ragged clothes that she was forced to wear because of her husband. The story shows women in a male-dominated society, it shows how men accused her of just murdering her husband but not taking the time to understand why she might have did it. The police look around the home to see if they see the weapon but find nothing. It goes to show that, that’s all they cared about finding the weapon and just locking her up.