Annie: I was wondering if you ever found a home for that old juke box you used to display in the window?
Rocky: Oh that old thing no I had to put it in the back it brought in a lot of lookers but no buyers you know.
Annie: Yes, I know, so I was wondering could we make a trade?
Rocky: What'd you have to in mind? Oh, my, my that's exquisite. Where did you get this?
Annie: My mother left it to me but I've never had a chain nice enough to put it on. She also left me several other things that I dearly treasure things that are more practical and that I do wear, so maybe it's time to part with this.
Rocky: I would hate to take a piece of your mother's jewelry.
Annie: This is the last Christmas before Eric and I will have two more little mouths to feed and I've put him through heck this pregnancy and he's been wonderful to me. If my mother were still alive, and neither of us could afford to buy that juke box, I'm pretty sure that she would sell it herself.
Rocky: But Mrs. Camden this, this is a cross.
Annie: Yes, it is, but you know I wear my religion in my heart, the same place I carry my mother's memory.