Sunday, June 19, 2016

Rainbow Snippets: A Place to Call Their Own

“Frank had expected some protest at his idea of going west, but not this. He inhaled slowly and still avoided looking at his father when he spoke. “Pa, there’s nothing for me around here. This farm can’t support you, Paul Junior’s family, and me at the same time.”
“I know that. But what if you stayed around here and worked for us? We’d pay you, of course. And then, when a farm around here comes up for sale, you could buy it and we’d be around to help you.”

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  1. Poor Pa. He's trying so hard to convince, truly persuade his son not to do this.

  2. Aw, I feel pretty sad for Frank's poor father, faced with losing his son.

  3. Irresistible force meets immovable object. This isn't easy for either of them.