The Official Writing Challenge
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I was so interested in the mystery of Addie's character. You pulled me into this story with the interesting descriptions and details. Great ending.
Sorry...meant Aggie not Addie.
So very good! Great job with this piece, I loved it.

God bless~
I really liked this story--You introduced a very interesting character and presented an excellent message.

God bless~
Congratulations on your HC, for you've kept a child's insights while warmly portraying a character who would have tragically been all-too-common in post-WW2 Britain and the rest of Europe.
Oh I love this. You managed to bring a sense of charm to the story. I could almost picture being in England. :) One thing I might mention is when one person is speaking, and then the action, thoughts, or voice of another starts, you should start a new paragraph to clarify that it's the new person. I think you did a fabulous job of writing on topic, yet you still had a fresh take on it. The feelings were so authentic that I would have guessed it was based on the truth. Congratulations and of course Happy Dance!!!!
I am positively mad for Aggie . . .

Congratulations, and thank you for your heart for Christ!

Hebrews 10:26-31 KJV
Dee, you've done it again! This is just wonderful - on several levels. I love being able to recognise some of the pecularities of living in England post-war! I love the way your characters are really alive and almost recognisable! Mostly I love the natural way you include deep and wonderful spiritual truth. Another great story - so deserving of its EC. (PS Would you believe - we really did have an old Aggy in our neighbourhood, who was somewhat strange ....!!)
Thoroughly enjoyable story and cleverly woven take on the topic.