Monthly Archives: September 1933
Today, I was walking by the Radley’s big oak tree when I noticed something shining from the reflection of the sun. I peeked into the eye-level knothole and found two pieces of Wrigley’s doulble-mint gum. My first instinct was to … Continue reading
During the first day of school, Walter Cunningham came home with me and Jem for lunch. He came to eat with us because his family is very poor. That means, today and every single school day for the rest of … Continue reading
Summer came to a bitter-sweet end today. I’m really missing Dill. He had to leave Maycomb and return to his family. While I’m happy to be starting first grade soon, Dill being gone really puts a damper on things.