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Ruby

Ruby

Subtitle : A Western Pioneer Family Love Story
Author : Margaret Swensen
ISBN No. : 9781594330117

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Book : Ruby

ISBN Number : 9781594330117
Book Name : Ruby (A Western Pioneer Family Love Story)
Book Pages : 96
Book Size : 5 X 8.5
Book Weight : 0.32

Dear Mama: I’ve been in Meadow a year and a month. It isn’t like Hinckley, my pretty little place. I miss you. I miss the straight streets, the trees and gardens. The dry farm acres are brushed and planted now and my hands have almost healed. I won’t work brushing and burning ever again without gloves. I was so foolish. I lost my wedding band in that brush and though Lewis hunted two days, he never found it. Lewis got tired of me crying about it but didn’t say much. He just let me get it out of my system, I guess. We’re still thinking about driving our stock to your fields next summer. I’ll write when we’ve made up our minds. The doctor says I am fine and the baby’s okay too. Thank you, Mama, for letting me come to your home, and mine, in February to have my baby. I shudder, thinking of having my baby without you beside me. Are you well, Mama? How’s Luke doing in college? I’m so glad he got to go. Mama, I love you. I miss our buggy rides and us sleeping together, although sleeping with Lewis isn’t half bad. Love, Ruby

Author : Margaret Swensen

Margaret Robison Swensen, was born March 12, 1936 in Murray, Utah. On February 3, 1955 she married her high school sweetheart, Evan Swensen, in the Salt Lake Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. They moved to Anchorage, Alaska in 1957. Margaret passed away on February 6, 2002. She compiled and published her grandfather's poems, As Life Passes, and coauthored two books: Hiking Guide to Alaska and Fishing Guide to Alaska, and her book, The Rose Beyond the Wall, was published after she passed away. She also wrote many other unpublished stories and poem. She was a full-time wife, mother, homemaker, and at the time of her death, an ordinance worker in the Anchorage Alaska Temple. She loved writing, sewing ?? especially quilting ? and genealogy research. Margaret is survived by her husband, nine children, 23 grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren.

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