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A Prayer for the Night by P. L. Gaus

By P. L. Gaus

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And that was John Schlabaugh’s latest number you displayed. ” Branden wrote the two numbers down on a little pad he took from the breast pocket of his shirt, set the phone, still connected to the charger, on the dash, and climbed out of the low car, leaving the engine growling. ” Branden turned and saw Cal standing just inside the door, with the blade of a shovel balanced on the toe of his work boot. The professor walked over to Cal, a few steps ahead of Sara. ” Cal said, “Sara, there’s more in the hole than that little plastic bag.

She waited for him to read the short lines of type. “That clipping is from Wednesday’s Sugarcreek Budget,” she said. Branden read the type a second time and said, “Do you know what it means? Those are coordinates. ” “Yes. We’ve got those GPS units,” Sara said. ” Sara held her eyes closed a moment, then looked up at Branden and seemed to take his measure. Eventually her eyelids puddled over and she took back the newspaper clipping, folded it several times into a tight square, and slowly put it back in her purse.

It was always the wire that Amish folk objected to. If you hook your house up to a wire from a public utility or other concern, then you’re not living the life of a completely autonomous peasant farmer. You’ve lost your independence. You’ve become ever more attached to the world outside the church. ” Robertson asked. “Something like that,” Cal said. “There aren’t many English who understand this point, but cell phones don’t have wires. So the bishop never has to ask why you’ve got that phone.

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