Monthly Archives: December 2016

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“It’s got to be a boy. Who ever heard of Joseph and Mary having a little girl? Nobody will believe it. You’ll be the laughing stock of Berlin.” Dolores shook her head. “She’s going to be a queen. Just wait … Continue reading

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Sixth

. It was like Clinton and Trump. So, we ended up talking about the weather and the farm while Mary laid on the quilt with her eyes closed. Then Dolores stood. “Time to go. Mary needs peace and quiet.” The … Continue reading

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Five

She was fully dressed at six o’clock. I cringed. Something cataclysmic was about to happen because Jeanne usually doesn’t even think of getting up before nine.” Before I could say a word, they were sitting on opposites sides of the … Continue reading

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four

“Oh my God, Jeanne, it’s the Three Shepherds.” Dolores looked at Jeanne questioningly. “Can we take them to the barn?” Jeanne was off the deck beckoning the three men to follow. She was pulling on them and Dolores was pushing. … Continue reading

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Second Coming 3

“Well, what’s going on out in the barn?” Jeanne didn’t answer. She kept on humming. I think it was Silent Night. “You know you are going overboard on this. That is not Mary and Joe out in the barn.” Something … Continue reading

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episode 2 of 7

Jeanne barely nodded. “I don’t know. It seems strange that Dolores was looking for Joseph and Mary.” She stared across the breakfast table. “You do know who Joseph and Mary are, don’t you?” “Of course, I know about them from … Continue reading

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Christmas Episode one

Someone was walking up our lane while we were having breakfast. When the person got closer, we recognized Dolores. I glanced across the table at Jeanne. “What in the hell is Dolores doing walking up our lane at breakfast time?” … Continue reading

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