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By Hans-Peter von Peschke; Nikolai Smirnov
Geschichte der Burg, Bau einer Burg, Alltag auf einer Burg, Kampf um die Burg, ein Fest auf der Burg.
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You know Coleman’ll want you as a guest, and I wouldn’t have it any other way. This is going to be a catered event. ” I stopped with a sudden happy thought. “I know. I’ll ask Emmett what’s-his-name, you know, Mr. Howard Connard’s man and James, who works for Sam. ” “I guess I wouldn’t,” she said, turning her head so I wouldn’t see how pleased she was at the thought of being a wedding guest instead of a wedding server. “Good. Let’s get you a new dress for the happy occasion, too. Now, where’s the phone book?
I heaved a sigh that would’ve blown out a candle. “Wouldn’t you know, she’s at it again. ” I stopped, because I knew why he’d left his wife at home while he led a church group on a tour of the Holy Land. The both of them poor-mouthed around for months, making sure every member knew that his salary couldn’t cover two airline tickets. They wanted the deacons to give him a bonus or raise his salary or, barring that, they would’ve accepted a love-offering for her expenses. But the pastor already had every member, except me, pledged up to the hilt to pay for that Family Life Center he was so determined to build.
Coleman was pretty much alone in the world, a fact that had reassured me about having his family and friends in and out of my house. Even so, I’d had my doubts about taking in a boarder, but it’d worked out fine until Coleman’d met Binkie Enloe, and from then on, we hardly ever saw him. Oh, he showed up now and then to have one of Lillian’s meals, and occasionally he’d spend the night to justify, I guessed, the rent he kept on paying. I try not to think about where he spent the other nights, although I am on record as strongly 33 34 • Ann B.
Burgen by Hans-Peter von Peschke; Nikolai Smirnov