I couldn’t help to think that `I’d never felt cleaner` meant more than just washing away grime. The genuine fun Jeanette had, and the openness of the women may have lightened her mood and made her feel spiritually ‘cleaner’. I loved this scene’s overall purity and innocence. I don’t know why the white people were so quick to judge when they know that the majority of people living in Welch are struggling financially. It make much more sense if they could bond over their struggles, and make the best out of a bad situation like the ladies did….