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  • Beginning: Childlike
  • Let's go over to Miss Lottie's to annoy her!
  • Ok!
  • Middle: Transitioning
  • Where do I fit in this?
  • Twenty-two years, Maybelle, twenty-two years, and I got nothing for you, nothing, nothing.
  • It's alright honey, you'll get something. Everybody's out of work now, you know that.
  • End: Adultlike
  • M-miss Lottie!
  • At this time Lizabeth was more of a child because she agreed to go with Joey's friends to annoy Miss Lottie and throw rocks to decapitate her Marigolds.
  • In this scene, Lizabeth overhears her parents' conversation about work. When she hears her father crying, she is shocked because he is usually the strongest in the family. She is confused and wonders what her place is in this commotion, whether to be an adult and help out or be a kid and just hope for the best.
  • Now, Lizabeth has approached adulthood because she has begun to see the world in a new light. She now sees Miss Lottie as an old woman who is just trying to put a little beauty in her life, not a witch, and she feels sorry for what she did to her Marigolds. 
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