'' 'Look, there she is,' I whispered, forgetting that Miss Lottie could not possibly have heard me from that distance. ' She is fooling with them crazy flowers'. '' '' 'Yeh, look at 'er'. '' ..." 'Y'all get some stones; I'll show you how to use 'em'.'' This is where Lizabeth felt like a child, having fun while being a little rude but thought nothing of it as mean, like a child would.
This is where Lizabeth is thinking about life in general and wondering where her place is in this world. She is channeling from childhood to adulthood, thinking with fear of what is going to happen.
Here in the end of the story, Lizabeth finally understands and feels like she is no longer a child. She understands why the world is like it is and why Mrs. Lottie wanted to plant the Marigolds, which is to make a very ugly and glooming place beautiful once again. In this section, everything seems to make sense.