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Wondered what it would be like to be that happy. Meg, blond like her husband and son, tilted her head to one side and gave Olivia a humorously pensive once-over. ” she asked. “I’m fine,” Olivia said, too quickly. Mac was gravitating toward his playpen, where he had a pile of toys, and Meg took him and gently set him inside it. She turned back to Olivia. Just then Brad blew in on a chilly November wind. Bent to pat Ginger and Willie. “Rudolph is snug in his stall,” Brad said. ” Meg asked, momentarily distracted.
Tanner wished he could be half as sure of that as Ms. Wiggins sounded. A few holiday platitudes were exchanged, and the call ended. Tanner snapped his phone shut and dropped it into his coat pocket. Then he turned back toward the barn. Could a horse get depressed? Nah, he decided. But a man sure as hell could. A SNOWMAN STOOD in the center of the yard at the homeplace when Olivia drove in, and there was one of those foldout turkeys taped to the front door. Brad came out of the barn, walking toward her, just as Meg, her sister-in-law, stepped onto the porch, smiling a welcome.
But Stone Creek was in northern Arizona, near Flagstaff, a place of timber and red rock—and the occasional blizzard. It wasn’t like him to overlook that kind of geographical detail, but he had. He’d signed on the dotted line because the money was good and because Brad was a good friend. “How about if I come back there? We’ll spend Christmas in New York—skate at Rockefeller Center, see the Rockettes—” Sophie loved New York. She planned to attend college there, and then medical school, and eventually set up a practice as a neurosurgeon.
A Guide to the Sacz Ethnographic Park. by Kroh M.