By Michael Phillips
Booklet 2 of Shenandoah Sisters. Mayme and Katie, from fullyyt diverse worlds, were thrown jointly within the chaotic aftermath of the Civil struggle. simply childrens, they're left to outlive basically via their very own wits and shared stories. progressively, they're studying to understand each one other's strengths and to shore up every one other's weaknesses. Out in their efforts to easily remain alive comes a transforming into understanding of the Lord's love and deal with them, in addition to the dim outlines of a plan to maintain Rosewood Plantation working. The booklet keeps the tale began in Angels looking at Over Me, of 2 very beautiful yet contrasting characters and their mystery challenge to supply a sanctuary for others who've been left by myself and adrift by way of a sad conflict.
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MORNING IN THE FIELD 46. KING COTTON 47. DIRE NOTICE 48. PAYOFF 49. HOME AGAIN Epilogue CIVIL WAR SISTERS 1 IRECKON IT’D BE ALMIGHTY PRESUMING OF ME TO guess what was going on inside the brain of the lady who ran the general store and post office in the town of Greens Crossing in Shenandoah County, North Carolina. But I do know what was going on inside mine. If we can’t fool Mrs. Hammond, we’ll go hungry. Or worse—they’ll come and take us away. Elfrida Hammond wasn’t the kind of lady a body could draw a good bead on just from looking at her.
Hammond’s store for a second time. “To carry out what you’re buying? ” “I wouldn’t have thought of that, Mayme,” she said. ” We got down and walked into the shop. I kept a step or two behind Katie and kept my eyes down. I wanted to look around, and especially to get a good faceful of Mrs. Hammond, but I didn’t dare. “I see you’re back, Kathleen,” said Mrs. Hammond, glancing over at me for a second with a look like I had some kind of disease. “I have your mama’s things ready. Tell her to take them out,” she added, nodding her head in my direction.
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A day to pick your own cotton by Michael Phillips