Margaret’s mother was the hairdresser of Harriet’s mother. Harriet and Margaret vaguely knew one another, but had no personal relationship. On the rare occasions that Harriet would go with her mother to Bonne Bea’s, she would see Margaret. Upon hearing of Margaret’s marriage to John Caldwell, Harriet was appalled. She had always considered Margaret beneath herself. Margaret never paid much attention to Harriet. Harriet was a few years older, and not very talkative when she’d come into the beauty shop. Harriet seemed unfriendly in Margaret’s mind.
(Character sketches created by the composer. All people and places are fictional.)