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Aaron grunted. ” A short time later, Aaron followed the men up to the house, where the common meal would be served. He’d no more than taken a seat when he felt another sharp jab to the ribs. He glanced to the left and saw Gabe sitting beside him. ” Gabe snickered. ” Aaron bit off the end of a fingernail and was about to flick it over his shoulder onto the floor, when Gabe grabbed his hand. ” Aaron slipped the sliver of fingernail into his pants pocket. ” Gabe questioned. ” Aaron elbowed his friend.
Aaron nodded. ” The door clicked shut behind Gabe, and Aaron headed to the back room to dye some leather strips. After that, he had a saddle to clean. Maybe if he finished up early, he’d have time to get in a little fishing. At least that was something to look forward to—that and a good game of baseball on Sunday afternoon. Chapter 2 Allison stared vacantly out the window at the passing scenery as the bus took her farther from home and all that was familiar. She would be gone three whole months, living with relatives she didn’t really know, in a part of the country she’d never seen before—all because Papa thought she needed to learn to be more feminine while she learned domestic chores.
In walked Harvey with a young Amish woman Aaron had never seen before. Her hair was the color of dark chocolate, she was of medium height and slender build, and her nose turned up slightly on the end. Had Harvey found himself a new girlfriend? If so, she wasn’t from around here. Aaron knew all the young women in their small Amish community. Maybe she was from one of the towns near Jamesport, where a good number of Amish people lived. “Afternoon, Harvey,” Paul said with a friendly smile. ” Harvey turned to the young woman at his side.
Allison's journey by Wanda E. Brunstetter