By Wanda E. Brunstetter
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She drew in a deep breath and closed her eyes. Dear Lord, please make this insanity stop. Someone touched her shoulder. Martha dropped the rolling pin and whirled around. ” Irene asked. no, I’m not feeling sick. ” Irene’s dark eyebrows furrowed. ” Irene’s eighteen-year-old daughter, Carolyn, asked. “Someone rigged up a bucket of white paint and hung it above our barn door. ” Irene gasped. “Ach! ” Martha wasn’t about to mention the Amish man she thought she’d seen running through the field. No point in giving Irene something to talk about with others in their community.
Ruth showed up on the scene, rubbing her eyes and yawning. “It’s the middle of the night. ” Mom slipped her arm around Martha’s waist. ” “I just wanted to check on my hund. ” Martha looked at Dad. ” “What’s the point? Sheriff Osborn hasn’t done a thing to prevent any of the attacks from happening. ” Dad shrugged. “What’s done is done. ” As Luke Friesen headed down the road in his open buggy, the pungent smell of horseflesh filled his senses. Despite the fact that he owned a pickup truck he kept hidden in the woods because his folks wouldn’t approve of it, Luke preferred horse and buggy transportation.
Mom asked, leaning out the opening on her side of the buggy. He handed her the paper. ” Mom’s voice quavered as she read the words: “IT’S NOT OVER YET. ” Martha sank to the edge of her bed with a moan. For the last few days, Mom had been acting jumpier than usual. Dad hadn’t notified the sheriff about the latest vandalism, and he kept saying that Mom was overreacting—that pranksters could have egged the house. The recent attack had made Martha even more determined to learn who was responsible.
A Sister's Hope by Wanda E. Brunstetter