By Carrie Bender
This hot tale of Amish kinfolk lifestyles is a sequel to A Fruitful Vine, booklet 2 within the Miriam's magazine sequence.
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This kicked off a lively discussion about Amish parochial schools versus public schools. Priscilla insisted that public schools are better in one way, that children learn more there, but Dave heartily disagreed. Finally Henry spoke up. "You people stick to your private schools. You wouldn't believe some of the things going on behind the teachers' backs where I went to school. " When he saw the blank looks on our faces, he went on. "Some of the carriages were in back of the barn. Those closest to the roadsomeone stole the buggy robes and carriage blankets out of them.
I think this is what makes Nate so charming and why he is so easy to love. He is so kindhearted and unselfish. It fills my heart with gratitude to see how good and tenderhearted he is with the children, too. Nate's example inspires me with a desire to do my best for him. This reminds me of the words of a wedding song, "There is beauty all around, when there's love at home" (McNaughton). I'm counting my blessings, sharing myself up for what lies ahead. I guess I must admit that there is some trepidation in my heart, wishing the birth were over, wondering if we'll have another glutaric aciduria baby.
She sleeps most of the day. " Gloria went to the car and brought in the most gorgeous, fluffy white cat I ever saw. A big pink ribbon was attached to her collar, and she blinked pale green eyes benevolently at us. Dora stared at her in wide-eyed awe and took a few steps backward, but Peter scooted across the floor, making a beeline for the cat. "You may stroke her fur," Gloria said indulgently to Dora. "Come here. Don't be afraid of her. " Peter got there first, and I held my breath, fearing he would pull her tail or hurt her in some other way.
A winding path by Carrie Bender