By Margery Brown, Culverson Blair
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Margery Brown (Author), Culverson Blair (Illustrator)
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I don’t even remember my feet touching all of the steps. I should’ve put on some real shoes. By the time I got halfway down Pearle Road, my feet was completely covered in gooey mud. My feet got so heavy, I had to stop runnin’. My entire body from head to toe was soaking wet. Momma would be mad if she saw me right now, I thought. And Miz Lula Maye, Lord knows I hope she ain’t lookin’ out her window. When I made it to the house, I sat down on the back porch steps and stuck my feet out so the 33 S OM E TI M E Y F R I EN D rain could rinse off the mud.
And now I had said it out loud. Taylor Jones just looked at me and grinned without sayin’ one cotton-pickin’ word. Then he turned and walked into the room. He left me hangin’ like tobacco on a stick. When I walked into the room, Mrs. S. Harper said, “Hello! ” She had a very pleasant and polite-sounding voice. 51 S OM E TI M E Y F R I EN D I said, “Yes, ma’am. I’m new to Wakeview. ” I was so nervous. Even more nervous than I thought I’d be. I think talkin’ with Taylor Jones added to my nerves. I had no idea he’d be going to my school, not to mention in my class.
My feet splished and splashed all the way back down muddy Pearle Road. I didn’t look back ’cause I didn’t want to know if that ghost was chasin’ me. I didn’t notice it had stopped rainin’ until I was almost back at Miz Lula Maye’s house. That’s when I started to feel silly. I was glad no one could see me. All I probably heard back at my house was myself breathing, I thought. I know there ain’t no sucha thing as a ghost. I looked up and saw all Miz Lula Maye’s cats lined up and waiting on the porch.
Afro-Bets Book of Shapes by Margery Brown, Culverson Blair