Ann and Harold

Ann had a way of finding things. Whenever Daddy's car keys were missing, or Mommy's purse, or Sara's notebook, the call went up, "Get Ann—she can always find everything!" And so, it seemed, she could. The family got used to calling on Ann. Even when the neighbor's cat disappeared, Ann was called to the scene and located him in a matter of minutes.

She and her sister Sara loved animals. They had an assortment ranging from a shaggy dog and a couple of cats to a family of hamsters. Ann's mother loved animals, too, but when the litter of baby hamsters had arrived she said, "You'll have to take the litter to the pet shop when they're old enough to be weaned." Ann begged, "Mother, may I keep just one of the babies?" and her mother smiled and said, "Just one—that's all!"

Testimony of Healing
For many years I was troubled by a disfiguring...
March 14, 1983

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