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Another great Amish romance short story.
May contain few Amish words and phrases
Mid December, an unusual weather pattern sweeps across the valley, leaving a good three feet of snow covering the whole area. Linda Zook was a woman of habit, though. Despite her late husband's frustrations at her desire for more than housework and children, she would go each evening, out for a walk along the community fence line and down over to the lakeside to take some air and have some “thinking time”.
Linda was made even more determined by her memories of her departed husband, and set out to wade through the crisp white blanket of freshly fallen snow. Within no time, her dress was freezing cold and soaked through despite her best efforts to hold the hem line out of the slush. She found the silence eerie yet beautiful, and for miles all around her all she could see was a gown of white covering God's earth. As she neared the main road, only determinable by the fence that lined the roadside, she saw what she thought was a rock sticking out form the snow. It was right by the entrance and track that leads from the road up into the main residential part of the community.
When she finds a semi-conscious and barely alive man laying on his side in a snow drift, her life is turned upside down. She nurses the man back to health but the elders are angry and wanting the stranger gone from their community. Linda and the man become fond of each other and as things get tense in the village, a strange twist of fate will bring the stranger into the heart of Amish events, and this could lead to him leaving the village forever, or staying as a hero in their midst and starting a new life with Linda. A huge decision needs to be made, and only the old Bishop can make it....