Dear Mrs Luella Bates Washington Jones
Hey, I don’t know if you remember me my name is Roger. And I just wanted to say thanks to you for that life lesson you taught me. Im on my feet now and have a wife and 3 kids. I still remember that night that I stole your pocket book just for the blue swayed shoes. And you took me in feed me and taught me a valuable lesson and i still teach my kids that today. Today was my 30th birthday and I thought of that you night. When I remembered that i hopped on my computer and wrote this letter that 10 dollars that you gave me I used it more wisely and bought food with it and eventually got a job. And moved on with life now I’m not financhally broke or poor i have a good paying job. so thats it I guess thanks for everything and i hope your doing well and hope to see you again.
1.The storie quotes she could carry everything but happier and nails in her purse.
Its humorous because she has everything but hammer and nails.
2. She was a larger women and describes her I think its funny because its hinting to everyone she big n bad.
She was a larger women meaning fat but in a nicer context and she has a large purse.
“Um-hum! And your face is dirty. I got a great mind to wash your face for you. Ain’t you got nobody home to tell you to wash your face?”
It is used in a light context but but its really meaning do you have some one looking over you. The boy is a wreck he looks dirty and hungry to Mrs Jones. And i believe that Mrs Jones thinks hunger is a no joking matter.
This is probably is a big turing point for him, and hope fully Mrs Jones fought him well not to steel ever again. And to look after him self.
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