1.Royalty pg. 38 (+) The author uses it as a positive talking about her baby brothers name.
2.Newborn baby pg. 39 (-) The author uses it as a negative talking about how her mother reacts to the baby boy and how old/big he is.
3.Brain dead pg. 40 (-) The author uses this to describe her last living grandfather Chester, her Dad's dad, meaning that he was and idiot.
4.Sickly pg. 40 (-) The author uses this as a negative to describe what her mother thinks "knows" she is, but really the state of what she'll end up in after this abuse.
5.Porky pg. 43 (+) The author uses this to describe her baby brother's arm.
6.Flakey pg. 43 (-) The author uses this as a negative to describe the skin on her arm saying that it's dry.
7.Shrunken pg. 43 (-) The author uses this as a negative to describe her extremely skinny arm.
8.Eggplant pg. 68 (-) The author uses this to describe an old war veteran's skin color that lived with them for awhile.
9.Popeye arms pg. 70 (+) The author uses this to describe her father's strong arms.
10.Dreamily pg. 82 (+) The author uses this to describe how her father slowly let her mom back down to the ground.
In section two two Julie's baby brother is born and his name is Daniel Joseph Gregory the Second. Julie brakes her wrist because it's so tiny, but her mother doesn't take her to see a doctor so it just gets worse. They have an old war veteran come live with them and his name is Mr. John Beck. Julie's dad get very upset with her mother and starts to hit her. Then Julie and Danny have to stop him from killing her. But their mother tells them to stop and just let her die. Her father let's go of her mom's throat and even after that her mother still tries to kill her. It's almost like Julie's mom wants to die and take Julie along with her.
I have the exact same reaction as I did after reading the first section. But this time I wonder why she was trying so hard to save her mom from her dad. Julie is just that kind of person though. Just because she's being hurt, doesn't mean she wishes to see that person hurt in return. We should all be more like that.