THE BLUE-SPRIGGED DIMITY DRESS
Copyright © 2011 Tommie Lyn
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The Blue-Sprigged Dimity Dress
Lisbeth Collins stopped at the door and watched her older sister glide toward the wagon. When Ada Belle passed the group of young men who always congregated near the wagons after church, she appeared not to notice that their conversation ceased, their attention captured by the tall, willowy girl.
She’s puttin’ on. She don’t never walk like that at home.