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  • A Christmas Mourning

    A lovely but sad ending ~ difficult to understand the ways of the Amish , how a family can be shunned.

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  • Moved very quickly, but all main characters were i

    I enjoyed this short story, it was very sensitive. I loved the ending almost eye watering.

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  • Christmas mourn

    I thought the story was interesting and cute. It was a very short read. Before you get into the story the story was over. I liked the way it was written. It was very Amish.,and moral. It made a lot of sense of what the story was about. It was a good read.

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  • Mystery of the Missing Christmas Spoon

    Claire Weatherly is going to enjoy a rare day off with her aunt Diane, and the two are going to play tourist, visiting the Amish sites that are open for tours. When Claire mentions this to Jakob Fisher, her new boyfriend, he tells her a story about a Christmas years ago. Raised by a local Amish family, Jakob actually attended school in the one room school house Claire and Diane will be visiting. The last year he was there, he took a fancy Christmas spoon his mother owned to show off to his friends, and it got lost. Claire decides to see if she can figure out what happened to it. But can it be recovered all these years later? I’ve been meaning to read this short story at Christmas one year, and I’m glad I finally made the time. While the events of the past are set around Christmas, the contemporary part is not set during the season, which was a surprise that I got over quickly. The story was perfect for a short story; it kept me engaged without being overly complex. The ending made me tear up, but in a good way. We don’t see all of the characters, but it was wonderful to check in with those who were part of the story. It took me just under an hour to read, so if you want to read it this year, there is still time to slip it in before the holiday.

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