Hey what do you think your doin, that's are wall!
Want some food?
That lire! why didn't she just take the food she was offered?
Your getting on my last nerve lady
Were there eggs in the salad?
That will be $4.28
Lou and the narrator are going to school when they find a painter lady from New York that's painting on their wall. They don't like the fact that some strange New York girl has come to their small, southern town and taken their wall to paint on. So, they start to plot against her.
Plan Fighting Paint With Paint
Their goes are allowance.
After school Lou and the narrator return to their wall and find the Morris twins watching her by her car. They have some food for her but she refuses it and goes back to painting. The more this girl is around the more mad at her the narrator gets and the more anxious he gets to get rid of her.
The End of The War
I'm sorry painter lady. You did care.
Later that day Lou and the narrator found the lady at their mom's restaurant. She lied to the Morris twins and stole are wall. Now their mom is getting mad at her for asking silly questions. I took her a while to finally order something.
Their More to The Story Then Meets The Eye.
After school Lou and the narrator went to get some black spray paint. But, they couldn't find any. So, instead they got a can of white epoxy at some random junky hardware store downtown. They spent all their allowance on it but was okay with it. Their master plan was coming together.
They had to walk all the way home because it was to late to use their bus pass. When they got their they where in shock, the whole place was crowded with people. Why was so many people here? they thought. They would couldn't get through the crowed and mess up the wall without being noticed. But they didn't car anymore once they saw what all the people where looking at. It was many people how have helped a bunch of kids including them. Their father was their to. and at the bottom was a little description. To The people of Taliaferro Street I dedicate this wall of respect painted in the memory of my cousin Jimmy Lyons.
To the people of Taliaferro Street I dedicate this wall of respect painted in the memory of my cousin Jimmy Lyons.
I believe that the theme is Theirs more to the story then meets the eye. I believe this because the kids judged her right from the start and thought that she didn't care about what they said and that she was rude. But she did listen and did care.