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“EEEEEK!” Chedva jumped back and covered her mouth with both hands. “What’s the matter?” Eliezer asked. Chedva just moaned and rocked back and forth. She pointed at the shoes lined up on the bottom of the closet.

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

“Maybe she saw a ghost!” eight-year-old Chuni called out. “Or her tights got a run,” 15-year-oldLeah laughed. “Be nice!” four-year-old Bina pouted. “Mommy said we have to be nice to each uvver.” Seminary graduate Dassi came to see what the commotion was all about. “Kids, kids,” she called over the noise. “What’s going on in here?” All the children spoke at once, except for 12-year-old Eliezer. Flaming red hair poked up in every direction and his freckles now matched the two red spots that popped from his cheeks. His green eyes sparkled with tears. “Ooh,” he said rolling around on the floor, “You should have seen her face…” 

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