Já que o post oficial provavelmente vai ter gente querendo dar ban em quem falar que a dominadora de facas e dubladora de Myah Marie do Mississippi é conservadora (o que já é comprovado no primeiro capítulo do livro), estou criando esse tópico pra debatermos SEM FILTRO o livro.
O que ela diz que demonstra conservadorismo?
Raising children in the South used to be about children respecting their parents and being quiet. (
These days it’s the other way around - it’s more about respecting the kids.) Defying a parent was never allowed at our house. No matter how bad it was, the kids would be quiet, and if I wasn’t, there were consequences. In the Bible it says that your tongue is your sword. My tongue and my sword made me sing. Throughout my childhood I sang. I sang and danced around alone in my room. I sang along to the car radio on the way to dance lessons. I sang when I was sad. For me, singing was something spiritual. I was born and went to school in McComb, Mississippi, and lived in Kentwood, Louisiana, four miles away.
In Kentwood, everyone knew each other. The front doors were unlocked,
social life revolved around the church and all the garden parties, children were dressed in matching clothes and everyone could handle firearms. The area’s main historical attraction was Camp Moore, a training camp for Confederate soldiers that had been built by Jefferson Davis. The weekend before Thanksgiving every year, scenes from the American Civil War are re-enacted, so the sight of people dressed in military uniforms was always a reminder that Thanksgiving was coming. I loved that time of year: hot chocolate, the smell of the open fire in our living room, the colorful autumn leaves on the ground. We lived in a small brick house with green- striped wallpaper and wooden panels on the walls. As a child I frequented the drive-in restaurant, drove go-karts, played basketball and attended a small Christian school called Parklane Academy.
Loirinha gosta de facas porque como criança andava armada. Se não com armas de fogo, com bíblia