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The story starts with Miss Adela Strangeworth talking about the city and how long her family has lived there. "...that she had never spent more than a day outside this town in all her long life. She was seventy-one'..." (163)
Miss Strangeworth's most prize possession is her roses that are in front of her home, "My grandmother planted these roses, and and my mother tended them, just as i do." (163)
Miss Strangeworth likes to sit down at her desk and write two different types of letters, the normal ones that say her name at the top and the ones that are coloured that don't say her name that she uses to tell secrets.
When Miss Strangeworth went to drop off the letters at the Post Office she dropped one that was meant for Don Crane, without realizing it.
The conflict is when the Harris boy sees Miss Strangeworth drop the letter when she tried to mail it. He suggests that him and Linda go and give it to the person (Don Crane) that its for.
The conclusion is when Miss Strangeworth gets a green letter back from who the reader can only assume is Don Crane telling her, "Look out at what used to be your roses." (175)
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