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Hard Time Marrying Finale

This mini series story was written by good friend Linda! If you want a truly gripping and lovely read, start at part one and read through to the finale! A heart warming story that made me want more each day! A story of hardship, love and life!

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img_1641The stocky little woman leaned on her cane as she picked her way gingerly toward the graves under the mesquites. She lay a few wildflowers on three rock-covered graves, one unmarked, one marked for Joe, and a third for their boy, Johnny.  “I’ll be here sleeping beside you soon’s I can, Joe.  I’m tired and the folks can get by easy without me now.”  She thought back on the last eight years since Joe collapsed one morning at his milking.  They’d had more than forty years and six children together.  It wasn’t enough.

Little Joe had married and stayed on to farm with Joe.  The cabin had become a seven room house over the years, filled first with their children, then Little Joe’s.  Sally had married a a farmer and lived on the next section. She was so sweet, Anya couldn’t help being partial to her.   Rose Anya had…

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  1. Thanks so much, Lynn. I thought of you often while writing this.

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    December 12, 2016
    • I just love it and love the ending so much! So happy things went well and a lovely family started! Heartwarming!

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      December 12, 2016
  2. What a beautiful read 🙂 x

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    December 15, 2016
  3. Thank you Lynn for sharing this wonderful story. Happy Sunday! 🙂

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    December 18, 2016

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