I wrote and rewrote the dialogue in this one right until it was posted. I needed to accomplish a few things and it was deceptively hard. There is a clear class divide between them - I needed that literally on the table - but neither of them have any real power, and they can regard each other as equals with good humor. Jane is still very much listening to Mar here, but I had a lot Mar needed to say before passing the torch to Jane, whose POV takes over for the rest of the story.
I think it frustrated some readers at the time that the perspective jumped to Jane's after we'd started with Marigold. At this point Jane was a more minor character, and I wanted to crack open that inner life. But Mar's arc has less to do with her inner thoughts (which we'd spent some time with) and more with the way she's seen, and I think that remains in focus as the story shifts.