By Roseann Zimmerman
Herald Correspondent 

Old Order Mennonite Memoirs


September 17, 2020

It was only a short walk we took after chores around the newly-opened cornfields as an early darkness settled over our cloudy Sunday. Along the fence rows long goldenrod stems bowed down into the open spaces, begging me to break them off for a huge bouquet. Not a breeze stirred at the wood's edge where white snake root bloomed in the green of late summer. The cricket songs seemed unhurried and the deer slipped quietly into the dark woods when we disturbed their corny snack.

Snacks and meals as in food and nourishment is the most basic need for both humans and animals. Most of last week was...

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