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Daddy had barely uttered amen before the pandemonium began. The kids brought their plates to the table to be filled. Adults filled their own as conversation flowed throughout the room.
"Let me tell you about the turkey hunt," Daddy broke into the conversation.
All ears and eyes turned his direction. "It was like this...", and Daddy proceeded to tell all about the dead turkey that jumped into the air and skedaddled down the clearing slope.
I looked at Momma. She was smiling. When Momma smiled so did I. Looking around at all of my sisters, brothers-in-law, brothers, nieces and nephews, and especially Momma and Daddy, my heart was full of thanksgiving.
This is the way it should be, I thought. I don't ever want it to change. I want us all to always be together. But even as I thought it, I knew it could not be, for change would come. It was inevitable.
Picking Dandelions offers a glimpse of the past with warmth and joy. Through stories and anecdotes, Chamberlain opens her heart to the true meaning of family.
In this exciting sequel to Living at the End of the Road, embark upon another delightful journey with the Winborne Family and be sure to pick a few dandelions along the way.
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Tabbie Chamberlain and her husband, Sam, reside in MossBluff, LA and attend the MossBluff Pentecostal Church.
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