That sign says we are going to Georgia, I can't believe my granny. I didn't even get to say goodbye to my friends.
Thank you, I've had a rough morning.
Take as many bags of peanuts as you want, free of charge.
Louisiana's Granny wakes her up in the middle of the night and she tells Louisiana that the day of reckoning has arrived. In this part Louisiana describes that there is a curse upon her head.
Don't worry, I'll help her.
Granny and Louisiana get in the car and Louisiana notices that they are headed for Florida. Louisiana starts to think about her friends and misses them. She hopes that fate will intervene with Granny's reckless decisions, which eventually they run out of gas.
That was beautiful!
A man named George LaTrell pulls over onto the side of the rode and takes Granny and Louisiana to a gas station and buys them some gas. Louisiana goes into the gas station and the store clerk lets Louisiana take 14 bags of peanuts. When Louisiana and Granny get back on the road and Louisiana has to end up taking the wheel since Granny's teeth begin to hurt very bad and she can't focus.
Everything will be okay Louisiana. We can take you in if you would like.
Louisiana locates a dentist for Granny after asking a lady, who was walking her dog named Ernest, where the dentist is. Louisiana gets to the dentist and tries to explain to Mrs.Ivy, the receptionist, that she needs the doctor and she has an emergency. Mrs.Ivy doesn't allow Granny to have a dentist appointment till Granny walks into the dentist office moaning because of pain. Granny ends up getting all her teeth pulled out and meanwhile Louisiana meets a nice women who gives her walnut chocolate ship cookies.
*moans in pain*
Louisiana and her Granny find a motel to stay in and for Granny to regain er strength. However Granny could only afford one night at the hotel so she made Louisiana sing at funerals for money to stay at the motel. While at the motel Louisiana meets a boy name Burke Allen and his crow Clarence. Burke gets Louisiana some things from the motel vending machine and some baloney sandwiches for her and Granny. However when Louisiana went back to go give Granny her sandwich, Granny was gone and there was a letter.
Louisiana finds a lot of stuff from Granny's latter, she finds out she was abandoned at the back of a convenient store when she was a baby and Granny found her and decided to raise Louisiana. Louisiana's stuff is also not given back to her from the motel. As an effort to make Louisiana to feel better, the pastor at the church Louisiana sang at, arranged for Louisiana's friends from Florida to come visit her. In the end Burke Allen's family took Louisiana in.