Sally Cronin is featuring my Christmas story on her fabulous blog today. It is an honor to be included in her joyful and eclectic Christmas festivities. If you haven’t yet partaken of the merrymaking, hop over to her blog and indulge in the music, laughter, stories, and revelry. You’ll also find some delicious food! Thank you so much for hosting me, Sally 💖 💖
I am delighted to welcome author and friend Tina Frisco to the Christmas party, with an ethereal short story about Jewel a little girl with special powers.
Jewel and the Christmas Tree by Tina Frisco
“Get away from that tree, you little gamine! I didn’t decorate it only to have you come along and ruin everything!”
His voice was harsh and threatening. Jewel ran all the way home as fast as her little seven-year-old feet could carry her. Mumzy was there ready to comfort, but they had no heat and the walls were stone. They also had very little else worth mentioning. But mumzy always made her feel safe and well-provided for.
The townspeople called Jewel’s mother Ruby, because when the sun caught her flaxen hair, it shone blood-red. They didn’t like her. She never hesitated to speak her mind. So whenever anything went missing from their yards or chicken…
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