By Wanda E. Brunstetter
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Martha swept the barn with her flashlight but saw no one. Satisfied that nothing else seemed to have been disturbed, she hurried outside. Glancing down, she noticed an empty pack of cigarettes on the ground. Rustling sounded in the distance. She aimed her flashlight toward the field of dried corn behind their house. A man was running through the fields. She sucked in her breath. It was hard to tell much from this distance in the dark, but it looked like he wore a straw hat, the kind Amish men used.
Toby thumped Luke on the shoulder. ” Luke’s face turned bright red. Martha figured hers had, too, for her cheeks felt as hot as fire. “Luke and I are just sharing a pizza together,” she was quick to say. No point in giving Toby something to gossip about. Toby gave Luke’s shoulder another good whack; then he pulled out the chair next to him and sat down. ” “Looks like you already have,” Luke mumbled. Toby looked at Sadie, who stood beside Martha’s chair with a bewildered expression. ” Sadie shuffled her feet and glanced at an empty table across the room.
Luke chuckled. ” John grinned and headed out the door.
A Sister's Hope by Wanda E. Brunstetter