Step In Time

Pasquale could feel the frigid draft from the window over their bed. The blankets they had hung there buffered the winter wind, but if the sound of that wind was any indication of its power, the draft certainly verified it. He felt along the floor next to the bed and found his trousers. The fabric was stiff with cold. Already in long johns and woolen socks, he swung his legs over the side, pulled on his pants, and yanked the …


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One comment on “Step In Time

  1. Barb Burkholder on said:

    Very vivid contrasts to the two lives. Parallel in some degrees and vastly different in comfort levels, but united in love of family.
    Very good stories for a Friday afternoon. Creature comforts vs the hard life.

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