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A blond woman in jeans stood on the wraparound porch, waving and smiling as they pulled up. “Kristy Madison,” Lily said aloud, cheered. “Creed, now,” Hal said. ” Kristy came down the porch steps, through the open gate in the picket fence, which sagged a little on its hinges. When Hal hauled himself slowly out of the car, Kristy greeted him with a hug. “We’ve all missed you,” she told him. ” Lily peeled herself off the car seat and got out to stand in the road, while Tess scrambled out of the back.
She asked Tess. ” “Yes,” Tess answered. Not a major surprise; the child had taught herself to read at three. Lunch turned out to be fresh iced tea, tuna sandwiches and potato salad. Lily fixed a plate for her dad and took it to his room off the kitchen, and when she returned, she sat down with Tess and Kristy in that dearly familiar room and ate, actually tasting her food for the first time since she’d gotten the call about her father’s heart attack. Kristy, she remembered, had gotten in touch soon afterward.
Definitely not good. “We’ll be in Stillwater Springs in under an hour,” Lily said, keeping her tone light. ” “I guess,” Tess said. “But then we’ll have to stop at a supermarket and everything. ” Lily’s head began to pound. She glanced into the rearview mirror, to make eye contact with her daughter. “Okay, we’ll stop,” she said. ” “Rabbit food,” Hal murmured. “One burger wouldn’t kill us,” Tess said. Whose side was the child on, anyway? “No burgers,” Lily said firmly. ” “Oh, for Pete’s sake,” Hal said.
Montana Creeds: Tyler (Enriched Edition) by Linda Lael Miller