A Treasured Friendship (Miriam's Journal Carrie Bender, 4) by Carrie Bender

By Carrie Bender

Miriam treaures the guarantees of religion and learns the ability of phrases to wound and to heal during this fourth novel within the Miriam's magazine sequence.

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The anguish and horror in Peter's eyes were almost more than I could bear. "Mamm," he cried reproachfully. " He sobbed like a baby, and I could have cried, too. I felt like an elephant or something of similar proportions. Then in the evening we hitched up to go and visit Priscilla and Henry. When we drove up to the tie railing, Henry came out from the shop, smiling congenially, and Priscilla and Miriam Joy came out of the house to welcome us. I hurried out of the carriage and rather forcibly stepped on the carriage step.

She's been watering and weeding them, and I believe maybe she talks to them, too. Sadie claims a little round bed of pink-and-white impatiens for her own, and I often see her sitting by it with her doll. Nate says it just matches her, round and sweet, and Dora's flower bed fits her, pretty and eye-catching. Well, I think I'm finally motivated myself now to try Gloria's diet, instead of just doing it to please her. Several embarrassing things happened yesterday, and now I'm ready. In the morning Peter and I were feeding the chickens.

I don't know her well, but from what I've seen of her, she seems like a nice girl. July 11 One by one, the shelves in the cellar are filling up. First it was rhubarb, then strawberries, peas, cherries, string beans, pickles, and soon we'll be canning applesauce from the early apples. Dora and Sadie are good helpers. Even little Crist willingly trots up and down the steps, bringing up empty jars as we need them, and carrying cooled cans of applesauce down to the cellar, one at a time, carefully!

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