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Friday, July 12, 2013

49 The Friday 56: The Color of Freedom by Michelle Isenhoff

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Meadow and Amos reentered the store and were met by angry words drifting down from the apartment.
"Jonathan Wood, you cannot take in every beggar off the street!" a woman stormed. "Would you starve your own family in the name of Christian charity?"
"He's a stout lad, Abigail, and can earn his keep. Besides, he's Amos' son. Can we do less in good conscience?"
"Blast your conscience! Were it not for that, you would have dismissed Amos last autumn and been rid of two mouths today. We no longer have use for him at the dockside, in the shop, or to make deliveries. We have no business!"
"Exactly. So I trade out his labor for whatever it brings. Abigail, i owe him a debt of gratitude."
Amos slammed the door to announce their presence, and the voices fell silent. 



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