I like your place, I like the walls, violet's my favorite color.
Your mother must be insane to let a child like you wander around at all hours of the night and in such ridiculous clothes. She must be out of her mind.
Have you eaten dinner yet because I'm starving. Even a jam sandwich and a glass of milk would be fine.
You promised to leave if I made you a sandwich so I think you should be on your way now.
Fine but can I at least get a kiss good night before I leave.
Mrs. Miller runs downstairs and opens the front door only to see Miriam standing there with a big smile plastered on her. Worried and confused, Mrs. Miller asks her about her unexpected visit.
A few days later...
I'm coming, please be patient!
Miriam ignores all of Mrs. Millers, concerned questions and decides to make herself feel at home.
My goodness! What are you doing back here?
I came to live with you!
After dealing with Miriam touching everything she owns and waking up her canary, she tells her that she has to leave but on the way out, Miriam breaks Mrs. Millers flower vase with a smirk on her face.
You gotta calm down, honey, Harry here will tend to this kid. Go on, lover.
Listen, I’m ashamed behaving this way but well, I’m Mrs. H. T. Miller and I live upstairs and it sounds so absurd but there’s a little girl visiting me, and she won’t leave and I can’t make her and she’s going to do something terrible. She’s already stolen my cameo, but she’s about to do something worse more terrible.
The rest of the week, Mrs. Miller continues her regular routine until a few days later where she here's the doorbell ringing...
Knowing who's at the door Mrs. Miller asks her why she's back, surprised when Miriam answers that she's come to live with her. Furious, the elderly lady runs out of her apartment to go ask for help.
She runs to the floor beneath hers where she sees a married couple. In tears, she explains her situation. The women tells her husband to go see what she's talking about...