Old Order Mennonite Memoirs
July 18, 2019
"The hyenas stopped. Then another roar tore the air. The hyenas listened and then, after two more ear-splitting roars, they ran off." I stopped reading here in Chapter 6, "The Plains of Death" in the story "Man-eaters and Masai Spears" by Charles Ludwig.
Mid-chapter isn't where I usually stop reading to Granddaughter Cassidy, age 9, and her brothers, but our weekly story time on the phone was cut short because our ride was here.
To Hickory Bottom, my husband and I went, where our nephew now lives with his family in the old farmhouse. We spent time singing with others, hopefully to speed u...