A Family Christmas

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Categories: Fiction
She had never known anyone so big at only seven months gone. She begged the lass to pay Dr Sellars a visit, but Lucy was adamant she was perfectly well. Mrs Cadman was keeping an eye on Bernard and R...osie – who was so placid she hardly needed any looking after at all. Oh well, there wasn’t much she could do if Lucy refused to seek medical advice, except give her a hand with the washing and cleaning. The washing was the biggest problem, with three strapping men and two little ones to be washing and ironing for. Not so much the washing but the drying, which usually had to be done indoors in the month of January.
Today for a change had begun as a good drying day, bright and cold with a light wind. But now storm clouds were rolling across the sky from the direction of Cragstone and the wind had risen so that it was wrapping the washing around the clothes line and tangling a sheet round the clothes prop. Enid thought it could blow in some rain later or even some snow, but by then the washing would no doubt be dry.
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