By Virginia Driving Hawk Sneve
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Grandma had made many star quilts in her lifetime and needed no pattern to follow. Her design was the traditional “Morning Star”— one large, ﬁve-pointed star made from different-colored diamond pieces that were sewn together. ” Grandma asked us every day after school. ” Grandma asked. ” We nodded. “So that grease from the pizza is still on your ﬁngers even if you washed you hands after lunch. ” We washed our hands. “Today we’ll cut diamonds,” Grandma said. She gave each of us a stiff piece of paper.
Black is the color of West. It is the dark of the night after the sun sets. ” After Grandma quit talking, we all sat quietly thinking of what she said. Later, in my room, I wrote a poem in my diary to help me remember the special colors of the four directions. Yellow is the East, The season of spring. Golden rays of the rising sun Moon When the Leaves Turn Green Bring light and life To a new day. Red is the South, Warm summer, The growing time When life is good In the noon of day. Black is the West The season of autumn’s Falling leaves And spirits follow The setting sun.
High Eagle encouraged them, remarking, “Good! ” Both managed to ﬂip one up, but Andy stumbled and fell. Lana twirled the hoop on her leg for a minute before she lost her balance and all of the hoops clattered to the ﬂoor. All the kids clapped and cheered except me. Lana was such a show-off. Mr. High Eagle said, “You all did a good job. ” After the assembly we were so excited that it was hard to get back to our lessons, so the teachers let us out for recess. The two boys who had teased Andy about going in the cupboard were waiting for him.