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By Mary Christner Borntrager

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It would be best just to quickly open the rolltop a bit and slip the paper inside, she decided. Page 42 As quietly as possible, Lucy slid the top up a few inches. Then she saw it. There was the same gray crumpled envelope she had seen before. Here was her chance! She took the letter and quickly slipped it inside her dress pocket, under her apron. Work seemed lighter since she had found the letter. A plan had been brewing in her mind for a while to search her dad's desk for the letter. She didn't think it would be so easy.

Oh, Lucy, is that all? I'd buy a hundred pair. " She giggled to help cheer Lucy up. Soon the task in the milk house was finished. As the girls went back to the house, they took a cool drink of water from the outdoor pump. A tin cup was shared by all who drank there. The girls took turns pumping and drinking until their thirst was quenched, then rinsed out the cup and hung it on the wire hook attached to the pump. "Better get to those shoes now," Paul told them again. "Spread the newspaper on the floor good and thick.

Well, let's see. It fits pretty good. " "Oh, Mrs. Troyer, I like it, and I like living here with you until Maw comes. Can I keep these clothes? Can I? " "Yes, you can have this outfit. Roman says we should dress you Amish like Lucy. I'll make you a few new dresses and a couple for Lucy. My husband would like if we called you Annie. He says Pearlie is not an Amish name. " "I won't mind! I won't mind at all. It would be larpin' (wonderful). I'll have two names. While I live here, I'll be Annie.

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