By Allison Pittman
All Camilla Deardon is aware of the Mormons tenting close by is the songs she hears floating at the breeze. Then she meets one in every of them—a younger guy named Nathan Fox. by no means did she think he will be so good-looking, so captivating, particularly after Mama and Papa’s warnings to stick away. notwithstanding she is aware she should still obey her mom and dad, Camilla can’t refuse her middle. yet even Nathan’s can provide can't organize her for what she's going to face in Utah.
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No, it was a little white wedge of cheese. A brand-new treasure on their plate. Ah, their faces. ” His words brought the warmth of the fire to me. Our paces still matched, but we walked slower now, our feet strolling through his story. “It was just cheese,” I said, tasting its sweet bitterness. ” “And there wasn’t much. ” My mind turned for a moment. “You mean Jesus? ” He spoke with the fun, false enthusiasm a teacher has for a child who has just come upon the most obvious conclusion. I knew that voice, and I hated it.
He gave a wide shrug. ” I thought of the wheels of cheese, the pounds of butter in that pack. And his original joke. ” His countenance changed then. Not to anything dour, but a new softness came through, and it seemed more of an effort to keep his smile intact. “But my people are, Camilla. And you have done the work of Heavenly Father in feeding us. ” He lifted his hat and held it over his heart, keeping pace even as he offered me a deep bow, then turned around. I forced my feet to remain planted in the path.
I wondered what kind of man it was who couldn’t find an onion patch, especially when he’d been told real clear that it was on the south side of the property, but I said nothing. The shovel’s handle set heavy on my shoulder and I set my face toward the south pasture and started walking. I fought my skirt to keep my strides long, knowing Papa was probably frustrated with the shorter steps he had to take to walk behind me. We weren’t even halfway out before I was flat exhausted. The arm holding up the shovel was numb shoulder to elbow, and there was already sweat running down my back.