By Debbie Macomber, Katherine Stone, Lois Faye Dyer
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If her hair had taken a long time, choosing what to wear had demanded equal consideration. She had a lovely teal-and-white summer dress from last year that made her eyes look dark and dreamy, but the rain had altered that plan. Now she was wearing black pants and a white cashmere sweater with a beige overcoat. ” Ruth didn’t remember telling her roommate. They were barely on speaking terms. ” Ruth demanded. Lynn sighed once more and set aside the magazine. ” She grinned nastily. ” Ruth made an effort not to snap at her.
I’ll always be grateful that he brought me to you and Clara. You are the sisters of my heart. All these years, I’ve pushed the war memories into the depths of my mind, but now they’re here again, unwanted and unyielding, refusing to leave. I’m thinking that perhaps I should write them down for the family to read after I’m gone. As you’ve so often said, they have a right to know. I’m beginning to agree with you. Now enough about that! Let me go on to more pleasant subjects. The main one is your birthday.
It was a white lie,” Ruth confessed. She definitely planned to visit her grandmother, though. Helen Shelton lived across Puget Sound in a small community on the Kitsap Peninsula. Ruth had spent Thanksgiving with her grandmother and visited for a weekend before Christmas and then again close to Valentine’s Day. Her last visit had been early in March. She always enjoyed her time with Helen, but somehow the weeks had slipped away and here it was April already. “A lie is a lie,” Lynn said adamantly.