The two main characters , Lou and the narrator , are walking to school when there interrupted by the scene of a girl from New York painting on there wall. They are not pleased with a stranger coming into there southern town and painting on there wall. They than start to plot against her.
What a Shame
The painter lady comes into Lou and the narrators restaurant after a long day of work. Hungry and beat she asks the waitress for a very specific meal, as the waitress, also known as the twins mom, starts getting frustrated the woman sits down and stays quiet.
The Beautiful Wall
As Lou and the narrator try constantly asking there parents for ways to make the painter lady leave, there parents tell them that their sick of hearing about it, and to stop asking.
So sad, what a shame
When the twins grandma turned on the tv, it showed on the news that in NewYork there was a lot of graffiti on the walls and subway. Daddy called it graffiti, and Grandma called it a shame.
When the twins were walking home from the hardware store they saw a crowd of people surrounding the wall, when they went to look the wall was covered with people from all over the town, and famous musicians and scientist and beautiful colors, and on the top of the wall it read, "To the People of Taliaferro Street I Dedicate This Wall of Respect Painted in Memory of My Cousin Jimmy Lyons"
I've learned that you shouldn't just go and assume things. You can't just go plotting stuff, and getting mad at someone when you don't even really know anything or what's going on.