get paid and be back for New Year‘s.
I realize that 1 must return towork after that time to tell the Sadlers what’s taken place.
Here I am, pushing twenty-years-old, with no assurance of what we‘re doing. But God keeps caring fir me, so my life is still in His hands. Perhaps He‘sdirected my life this way. I can only take one day at a time, as always,and leave it at that.
Henry’s back as promised but with his buddy, and it’s New Year’sEve.So we all go to dinner at a nice restaurant before the guy mentionshe’ll try finding a girl to stay overnight with.
I’m thinking when Henry and I finally leave for home.Then as we’re stepping off the bus, my husband spots a small jewelrystore and leads me past its locked door to a small window.We both peek in at the shopkeeper.“Are you still open for business?” asks Henry, “we’d like to buy aring.”“I’m ready to close.”“We’d just like a ring--would you mind to sell us one?”The storeowner quickly shows us several wedding bands through thisnarrow opening.