THE MARGUERITE CHRONICLES – SEPT 16 2016 – PART 3
Aunt Polly tells me that on Saturdays, the beautiful Choctaw women with long, shiny black hair would walk to town to shop and socialize. Dressed in long, beaded dresses, they’d stand on the shady side of the the courthouse square to watch the comings and goings.
So those are the people Mama is talking to today. And while ago, she asked,
“Did the Indians build this house?”
And I answered, “No, it was built by the contractor that left the kids in the attic.”