"Old witch, fell in a ditch, picked up a penny and thought she was rich!"
Middle : Transitioning
¨It's alright, honey, you'll get something. Everybody's out of work now, you know that.¨
¨It ain't right. Ain't no man ought to eat his woman's food year in and year out, and see his children running wild.¨
End : Adultlike
"M-miss Lottie! "
In the beginning of the story Lizbeth was an immature teen. For example she would hang out with her neighborhood friends and go to Miss Lottie' s yard. An other example is when Miss Lottie came out she they all threw rocks and said childish remarks like , "She's fooling with them crazy flowers." then decides to throw rocks. She also said she is like a witch.
In the middle of the story, Lizbeth was feeling guilty and upset. Especially when she saw her dad crying and when she heard her mom say, " Look, we ain't starving. I git paid every week, and Mrs. Ellis is real nice about giving me things." She then realizes her mom was the strong one in the family and she needs to say sorry to Miss Lottie.
At the end she wakes up and says, "Come on, wake up" and "I'm going out. If you want to come, come on." to her brother . They then went to Miss Lottie's yard and she destroys the Marigolds and faces Miss Lottie in person. She realizes she is just a sad old lady . After when Miss Lottie passes away she says, " And I have too planted Marigolds."