|Francis and Viola Turner moved from Arkansas to Detroit (The Motor City) druning the end of WWII. They had thirteen children. Overall, they had a hppay life. As adults, the children reflect on their childhood as their childhood home on Yarrow Street maybe foreclosed by the bank. The story of Cha-Cha's haint (ghost) takes center stage? Was it real? Has it come back? Did the haint ever leave?
Share the laugher, tears, smiles, and wonders as the Turner children relect and see reflections of your own family in the large clan of the Turners. Each child has his/her own personality with his/her own drama. Enjoy the laughs.
Next time around she would look for a simple, hardworking man with a good heart, humble aspirations. It was just as Lucille had said: she was eighteen years old and had too much life in front of her to be without love.
Lelah had half a mind to tell her sister that slot machines would never get this money, that if anyplace got her money, it would be a proper roulette table. She felt ashamed of herself for the thought.
"I think you have a position within your family that affords you a lot of respect but not much true friendship, or a sense of individuality. This ghost, or the memory of it, has bothered you your whole life, but it's also made you feel extraordinary, chosen." -- Added by LTJOR14 on 01/21/2018