Maudie the Hottie

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I'm Not Lucky, I'm Blessed #Yes

Miss Maudie Atkinson is the most open-minded, caring person that Maycomb has. She also enjoys gardening quite a bit. Paragraph 5, chapter 5 goes to show her love for the outdoors. It says "Miss Maudie hated her house: time spent indoors was time wasted."

It is easy to infer that Miss Maudie is very positive, considering she is a widow. Even though she lost her love, she still finds a way to continue her life positively.

God Is Good.

Paragraph 6, chapter 5 tells the reader that Miss Maudie "Loved everything that grew in God's earth, even the weeds."

Miss Maudie is very religious, and states her religion in paragraph 14, chapter 5. She says "I'm just a baptist."

Demons or Angels?

Because Miss Maudie is extremely positive and open-minded, she is actually very good with children.

Even though Arthur (Boo) Radley is seen as the neighborhood mystery, Miss Maudie talks very highly of him. In paragraph 20, chapter 5 , Miss Maudie says "I remember Arthur Radley when he was a boy. He always spoke nicely to me, no matter what folks said he did."

It is very easy to infer that Miss Maudie has a family-oriented point of view.

Also, Scout and Miss Maudie have a long conversation throughout chapter 5.

The Boy Next Door 😉

Because Atticus Finch is nearly 50, Miss Maudie has a lot of respect for him raising two kids alone. Atticus is the widowed father of Jem and Scout Finch.

In paragraph 19, chapter 5, Miss Maudie says “If Atticus Finch drank until he was drunk he wouldn’t be as hard as some men are at their best.” I enjoy this quote because it goes to show how strong and caring Miss Maudie thinks Atticus is.

*Tune to Talking Body - Tove Lo*

Now if we're talking Maudie
You got a perfect garden, so show it to me
Swear it won't take you long
If you love me right
We weed for life, on and on and on