By Philip Gulley
Now in paperback, within the 5th full–length novel within the cherished concord sequence Philip Gulley reunites us with the quirky solid of Quakers in concord, Indiana.
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Letters from colleges arrived on an almost weekly basis, urging her to apply. And to Ellis’s dismay, teenage boys were starting to swarm around their doorstep like bees to honey. It was a Saturday morning, late in May. Deena Morrison’s wedding was two weeks away. Everyone had assumed the wed32 P H I L I G P U L L E Y ding would be held at the Harmony Friends meetinghouse. When she’d announced she was having an outdoor wedding at the Hodges’ farm, in the pasture beside the pond, people were put out for a while, but got over it when Deena hired the Friendly Women’s Circle to cater the reception.
By the time Heather came with his French toast, Sam had lost his appetite and asked if she had any Tums. After breakfast, he stopped by the church to read through the wedding ceremony one more time to ease his mind. He usually did ﬁne at weddings, unless the bride and groom deviated from the norm. He typically didn’t preach at weddings and with good luck could conclude a wedding within ﬁfteen minutes of starting. Thankfully, Deena’s wedding promised to be brief. There was no special music, unity candle, or readings from Kahlil Gibran about how if you love someone, let them go and if they return to you they are yours, but if they don’t, they’re with someone else, or words to that effect.
Sam was beginning to regret he’d raised the subject and was quite relieved to see Deena and Dr. They passed the barn and drove through the gate over the cattle guard, then down the pasture lane toward the pond, rolling to a stop beside the tent. Miss Rudy was seated in the back, clutching Emily Post’s book on wedding etiquette. She’d read the book three times in preparation for the big day. Dr. When he’d agreed to be the best man, he’d hoped Deena’s maid of honor would not only be fetching, but morally indiscriminate, someone who believed in free love and living for the moment.