In this episode, Miranda is four years old. Lulu is disappointed. The Davises get good news. Mattie receives her first letter from Myra.
Miranda is three years old. There is a major opportunity offered to her paternal aunts, Myra and Mona Spooner, and they extend the invitation to her mother Lulu Davis. Granny Janie speaks her mind.
Miranda's father died on the day she was born. Here the adult Miranda recalls and ponders her relatives' account of the coincidence. Her grandmothers air their perspectives; they see his image in her.
Caribbean Story features the nurture and influence of Miranda Davis' grand-mothers. In Part 3, Miranda is born and her father suffers a serious accident. In Part 4, kites fly and the pastor visits.
Caribbean Story features the nurture and influence of Miranda Davis' grand-mothers. Part 1 describes her housing disadvantage. Part 2 recalls other prenatal situations. Changes happen in Part 3.
Part 1 introduced Lulu's pregnancy and Janie's declaration that there is no room for a baby. In this episode adult Miranda recalls what her mother and grandmother said about events preceding her birth
Caribbean Story features the nurture and influence of Miranda Davis' grand-mothers. In this first episode, they learn of her conception in a round about way and realize there is no room for the baby.