Christmas in the Country – with Sable and a Contest
Before I start rambling, the winner from last post is Ginger Robertson for a book of your choice from me. Email me at email@example.com to collect your prize. To qualify for a chance at a copy of Justice when it comes out, tell me something special about your Christmas traditions.
I spent a lot of my youth and young adulthood in the country. Dirt-road country. Places where the roads were so narrow that the trees met in a canopy overhead. There were no residential neighborhoods where the houses are only six to ten feet apart. The more likely distance between neighbors was measured in acres or miles. Still and all, as my grandmother used to say, we enjoyed getting together, especially during the holidays. But things don’t always work in the country like they do in the city.
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