The little girl pushed deeper into the pile of clothing and cushions. She slipped in and out of consciousness, but she was still alive. She was dreaming of angels. She had never seen an angel, but her momma had told her about them. They had wings and were very kind and they helped people who were in trouble – that’s what her momma said. As she lay on the ceiling of the upside-down car, the gale force wind continued to blow and the car slipped a few more inches down the bank onto the frozen pond. The ice groaned and crackled, and the ice beneath the front of the car began to fracture even more. Then it gave way under the weight of the car and the car began to tip toward the pond. Icy water oozed up through the fracture beneath the hood and began to slowly climb up the outside of the passenger-side window as the car settled, a fraction of an inch at a time. A little stream of water started to trickle under the window and puddle on the roof of the overturned car …
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Just finished reading “A Quilt for Jenna.” Get your Kleenex out for the ending. Good job Pat Craig.
Can’t wait to read. Thank you for sharing. Blessings.
I can hardly wait to read “A Quilt for Jenna!” It seems as if I’ve been waiting forever, and now that I have the book I want to just sit down and read it. Unfortunately my blog schedule is jam packed right now, so I’m going to have to wait a few more weeks. I certainly have something wonderful to look forward to! Thank you, Patrick!
I would love to read this book.It sounds like a very great book.Hopefully my library will get it.But I doubt it.They haven’t been getting any I have been asking about lately.