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Eye of the BeholderEye of the Beholder by CageyJay
Once upon a cool evening, when the gentle breezes whisked away the heat of the day, and the cares of tomorrow lifted just as easily, William Trumbower rested outside with his beloved wife. In the privacy of their apartment balcony, Marjorie Trumbower leaned her head against her newly-wedded husbands shoulder and smiled contentedly.
She was a city girl who traced her lineage back to the White family, who were pilgrims on the Mayflower. He, by contrast, was a man who had taken his Lords trade, and could not count himself many generations removed from German immigrants. She was relatively well-to-do. He had helped his family to scratch out a living on a farm.
The Trumbower farm numbered grains, vegetables, poultry, and dairy cattle among its produce. William especially enjoyed the cows. They had dignity and intelligence. They showed humility and obedience. They produced many good foods by virtue of the milk they gave. They were beautiful animals, in Williams estim
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