A mother’s memory which helps her understand her daughter.
A mother’s memory which makes her realize life is too short.
A seventh grade girl getting her bangs cut.
A seventh grade girl who argues with her mother.
It was only one of the two she received that year.
It had come from an expensive dress shops.
It had a cool skirt and matching vest.
It followed the school's strict dress code.
Hannah makes such a fuss.
Hannah seems so very sad.
The mother remembers feeling this way.
Hannah loves sitting on the high chair.
The mirror is an unusual mirror.
The mirror doesn't care about the hair cut.
The mirror breaks when the narrator looks into it.
The mirror should not be in the bathroom.
"My mother's face took on a grimace of horror."
"Seventh grade was a tricky year for me."
"Tufts of hair stood up straight and refused to be flattened."
"Now hold still. If you move, I'll make a mistake."
People who are busy with life
Mothers who have teenage daughters
A typical seventh grade girl
All of the above
Tell her friends how easily she persuaded her mother.
Tell her friends about her mother's memory of seventh grade.
Be excited about her spiked bangs.
Be thrilled that she and her mother understand each other.
Her mother loves her daughter very dearly.
Her mother is preparing to ruin her daughter's hair.
Her mother wants her to look her best for Picture Day.
Her mother is studying the job she's about to do.
The narrator of the story winced and flinched too often during the hair cut.
The narrator is concerned her mother chopped off her eyelashes.
The narrator hopes her mother will take her to the Beauty Parlor now.
The narrator realizes the haircut is a disaster.