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By Carrie Bender

This hot tale of Amish relations lifestyles is a sequel to A Fruitful Vine, e-book 2 within the Miriam's magazine sequence.

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Amanda hasn't progressed that far yet, but no one is trying to rush her. We'll let her develop at her own pace. I will accept all my children exactly as they are and try not to make them over into something they weren't meant to be. Always I want to give them the priceless gift of unconditional love, the kind of love that God has for his children, though weak and prone to sin. We put the twins in the baby coach and wheeled them into the barn to see the animals. A barn is such a friendly place, warm and inviting, and full of animal smells.

I wish I could go for a brisk walk over the corn-stubble fields and back, under the blue, blue autumn sky, breathing in the crisp, invigorating air with a tang of frost in it. But I can't. I'm tied down to the care of the house and the babies, yet I love every minute of it. I thank God daily for my children, my health, my work, and my dear husband, Nate. Sometimes I have to think, "All this and heaven too"? (Matthew Henry). October 24 Niece Barbara babysat for me this afternoon, and I spent a glorious two hours helping Nate husk corn.

After a while, in desperation, her husband turned to me and said, "Mrs. " I felt so helpless, not knowing what to say, and quickly racked my brain to think of something.  .  . " Tony shook his head. " I suggested. " She slept the rest of the clay, then, but the next evening she cried again for several hours. " She did quit for a few seconds, but then her sobs became more uncontrollable than ever. " And he did leave right away. Eventually Dottie dried her eyes and looked up from her pitiful huddle on the bed.

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