Marigolds: Lizabeth's Transition

Marigolds: Lizabeth's Transition

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  • Before I had reached full maturity I acted very immature making dumb childish decisions that I regret now, but there is one that I deeply regret and it all started in the summer during "The Great Depression".  
  • Beginning: Childlike
  • Beginning: Childlike
  • One day my brother and I had discovered an old ugly shack which belonged to an old women named Miss Lottie, but my brother and I had a problem with the place, the marigolds. The marigolds looked too beautiful for the shack that we hated it, so my brother started throwing rocks at the marigolds to take down each one. Miss Lottie came out screaming and cussing for whoever to stop and come out, and that was when I came out shoved Miss Lottie and called her a which and started singing a very mean song about it. After that we ran off back home without a single regret.
  • Witch!! Witch!!
  • Middle: Transitioning
  • Later that night Mom had come home and her and Dad ended up in an intense argument over money, which ended up in dad sobbing. This was way too much for me that I had to take my anger and frustration out on something,  so I woke my brother up and made him follow me out the window to pay a visit at Miss Lottie's shack.
  • #@$%!!
  • Middle: Transitioning
  • STOP!! STOP!!
  • End: Adultlike
  • Miss Lottie stood there staring at the marigolds on the ground and then stared out me and I cried and repeadently said sorry, that was one of the childish actions that I made that I deeply regretted and because of that regret I finally matured.
  • im sorry.. im very sorry..
  • End: Adultlike
  • Once we had arrived I immediately went straight toward the Marigolds and started to rip them out of the ground crying as my brother screamed and tried to stop me, but by then it was too late and every Marigold was ripped out of the ground. Then Miss Lottie came out.
  • Years had passed since that last childish action I made and I am a fully grown responsible women, and in those years Miss Lottie had died and her shack had dissapeared and I still feel regret to this day and planted some marigolds of my own.
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