Walk Two Moons. Journal Prompts. Day One. Chapters 1-8
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Sal discusses things she is scared of and things that don't bother her. She goes on to say that "if people expect you to be brave, sometimes you pretend that you are, even when you are frightened down to your very bones." What does she mean by this?
There has always been a difference in opinions as to what we should call the native peoples of our land. Sal and her mother preferred Indians to Native Americans. Why? How do you think we should refer to these native people? Explain your opinion.
The third message that arrives says, "In the course of a lifetime, what does it matter?" This makes Sal think about her mother leaving and how much that matters over the course of a lifetime. What are some things you do or decisions that you make that would matter over the course of your lifetime?
The fourth message that appeared at the Winterbottom's home was: You can't keep the birds of sadness from flying over your head, but you can keep them from nesting in your hair. In your own words, explain what you think this means.
While Mr. Birkway's class is discussing "The Tide Rises, The Tide Falls" by Longfellow, Ben suggests that dying can be normal and terrible. Sal thinks about this concept later on. Explain how something can be both normal and terrible at the same time.
While Sal is looking after the beagle that reminded her of Moody Blue, she thinks about her mother's trip to Idaho. She says that, "Maybe part of it was for my mother and part of it was for me." What do you think she meant by that?