By Wanda E. Brunstetter
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Knowing he could make that decision later on, he tipped his hat and said, “Gut nacht, Anna. ” “Good night,” they said in unison. On Monday morning, a few minutes after the school bell rang, Mary Ellen entered the classroom and presented Miriam with a small pot of newly opened heartsease. “These are from Pappy,” the child explained. ” She stared up at Miriam, her hazel-colored eyes looking ever so serious. “You always look so sad, Teacher. ” She placed the wild pansies on the teacher’s desk and hurried to her seat before Miriam had a chance to respond.
He grimaced, no longer in the mood for a picnic. “How about if we go to the farmers’ market on Saturday instead? ” Amos wasn’t sure if Mary Ellen really wanted to go to the farmers’ market or if she was merely giving in to what she thought he wanted, but he decided to leave it alone. I Anna was in the kitchen, peeling vegetables over the sink, when Miriam arrived home from school, and she felt immediate concern when she saw her daughter’s face. It looked paler than goat’s milk, and her eyes appeared dim.
Miriam moved toward the door. “I must be going now, Mary Ellen. ” “They’re still talkin’ to Pappy over by his root beer stand. Why don’t you go on over and try some? ” Miriam only nodded in reply, but when she left the restroom she turned in the opposite direction, away from the side of the market where the refreshments were sold. The last thing she needed was another meeting with Mary Ellen’s father. She didn’t have to go far before she saw a familiar face. Her sister-in-law Crystal was heading toward her, holding hands with her two-year-old twin boys, Jacob and John.
A Merry Heart by Wanda E. Brunstetter