In the dream, she sees her five children Shaniece, Paul, Blein, Tisha and Keisha engulfed by the fire of the Satan. She appears unable to help her children from the raging fire. As a result, one weekend while seated in the chair devise ways of saving the children from the work of the devil. She urge the children to jump off the window so that they can be saved by the hands of God. Hence, Shaniece and Paul jump from the 23 floor. Shaniece dies instantly and Paul is described being in a critical condition. Regina is also described as being separated with her husband. In this section, I have come to realize how children can go through a challenging situation when a mother is mentally challenged. Moreover, the absence of father figure may have contributed to the problems that faced the family.
In chapter four, the author begins by describing the working condition in the emergency care service. March describes how sometimes they joke with fellow workers when the condition is not too demanding. They also take and request tea and food together. There is also description of the commissioner complains on how unnecessary calls have been made in the office resulting to a huge bill. Moreover, there is a description of one of the workers known as Giles. He is shown to lie when given cases to follow. Marc also describes how the ECS tried to fire him for seven months without success and this led Giles demotion. There is also description of follow up on Mrs. Hayes as she that drinks every day. She has an eleven-year-old son known as Robby. Robby is shown to take most of the house responsibilities. At times, he pulls his mother into their building after she pass out on the streets. March and Diana follows this case and realize that Robby has managed to cope with the situation in the house. The house is also described as poorly lit. The mouth is also found in a drunken state unable to recall some of the events. This scenario demonstrates how children are forced