Megan stared at the stain, horrified. A splash of dark blue marred the center of Janet’s heirloom tablecloth. Megan had borrowed the cloth for a lady’s luncheon at church to demonstrate the theme, Knit Together In Love.”
Megan looked up, dismayed. Janet smiled, no, grinned, then started laughing. “April fools, Megan! I switched cloths at church.”
Megan stared at her friend, stunned. “You brat! You’re lucky we’re so well knit together, or….” She laughed, relieved.
Megan stared at the stain, horrified. Little hands blotted with red marker held the hanky out to her. “It always makes you sad, Mommy, so I drawed a flower on it so it’ll make you happy.”
Megan hugged Ella close, “Thanks sweetie. Grandma would like that. Now I will think of both of you when I see it. I’ll be happy even if I cry, OK? I love you Ella.”
“I love you too, Mommy.”
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