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She nodded again. "Yes, my lady." "Good. You did well last night. Your sister is lucky to have you. Now, go find some food for the both of you." "Thank you, my lady." I watched the girl disappear around the corner, and then I started for my home.
The Midwife's Tale
by Sam Thomas. Copyright © 2013 by Sam Thomas.
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