The way "my" and "miss" are spelled is interesting. After the bilabial-voiced -nasal-stop, the author writes an "e" where it is usually not used. What is interesting is that the author writes an "e" before two different sounds: a high-front-lax vowel and a diphthong. The author's wording is different as well. She does not use pronoun's where they are usually used in sentence structure.
Helen A Jarger, “MB52_18_4_001.jpg.” Martha Berry Digital Archive. Eds. Schlitz, Stephanie A., Penny Andrews, et al. Mount Berry: Berry College, 2011. accessed June 22, 2021, https://mbda.berry.edu/items/show/584.