The 1950s were a quieter time with no cell phones, texting, twenty-four hour news or social media. Residents of rural Mississippi had more time for unfettered interactions, although in keeping with the strict, but unspoken, social rules that ordered their lives. And then there was Opal Pratt. In this sequel to the author's first book, Opal, Miss Pratt is encouraged to step out of her reclusive comfort zone and learns more about human kind. Sometimes more than she wants. In addition to new characters, the reader will recognize Olivia and Levi, the former hussy Frances/Francine, the immigrant preacher now with a love interest, and Opal's rejected suitor, Lemuel, who assumes a new and special place in her life. Opal is naïve, courageous, and sometimes tragic. Follow her journey in Warren County Days.