Wettin Residence, Jena
December, 1634
 

November went by like a blur. Linda had been focused on getting her coursework finished. Peter had been busy getting his practice and patients ready for the move to Leahy, and the children were bristling with anticipation and dread of leaving Jena and returning to Grantville. There was so much to do, and it still wasn’t done yet. Only a few weeks left before the move, and the house was barely a quarter packed, the nursery had not been set up, and Linda had held . . .

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