CHELSEA ARSENAULT: What does home mean to you?
SHIRLEY ANDRUS: Being in Mossville? Home is . . .
CAROLYN MARSHALL: It’s going to be really missed. It is.
ANDRUS: Yes, it is. It’s missed when we even left here. Because like we left part of our life here. And that’s part that we couldn't take with us to Lake Charles.
MARSHALL: And it’s something you have to get used to it. You know, when you’re . . . I just said in the country like, out here like it was, and you’re moving into a city that you never knew nothing about before, it’s completely different.
MARSHALL: Because it’s a lot of things you can do out here in the country, you can’t do in the city and stuff. We have to get used to all this stuff.
ANDRUS: And the community is not like the same like being here.
MARSHALL: The community’s not like even, it’s completely different. And as years go, it’s getting worse and worse. You know, things are not like it used to be. Like I say, I just pray and ask God for things to come back and be better than what it is now. Who knows?
ANDRUS: Families helping families. That’s the best.
MARSHALL: They don’t help families no more.
ANDRUS: That was the best time. Sit around the fire.
ANDRUS: Listen to the old stories. Listen to the old people talking Creole.
MARSHALL: Dancing Zydeco.
ANDRUS: Dancing Zydeco.