By Kathryn Cushman

Andie Phelps is the envy of Santa Barbara. a faithful mom with a loving son and a profitable husband, her maximum pleasure comes from achieving out to others. Melanie Johnston is the envy of not anyone. A unmarried mother who works lengthy hours to pay the debts, and her maximum joys relate to her teenager daughter and son. Then the twist of fate that alterations every thing. whilst contrary worlds collide, the impression reaches a long way past those moms' own losses.

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Let's write about the time you `fixed' Sarah's bike. " Jeff's eight-year-old face formed in her mind, smeared with dirt and wearing a knowing smile. " He raked his hand across his nose and turned his ball cap backward. "I'm a mechanic. " The wind blew Sarah's blond hair; a few strands stuck to her wet cheeks. " She pointed at the broken chain and dangling kickstand. "See? " Her chin began to quiver. He put his hand on her shoulder and shook it. "You're riding a big-kid bike now, and big kids don't cry.

She knew the words must sound as hollow and memorized as they felt. Peggy pulled away, wiping a tear from the corner of her own eyes. "You are so brave. " She scurried on her way as if trying to escape the grief. Would Jeff be proud of her? Melanie hoped so. She picked up her stack of price-alert signs and walked onto the floor to begin her day. Friday afternoon, Blair Phelps reached for the next set of papers on his desk requiring his attention. The stack remaining still loomed tall-and for that he was truly grateful.

There. A tiny article about Jeff's work tutoring underprivileged kids while attending college in San Luis Obispo. She lifted her scissors and began to cut, taking pains to be precise. She didn't want to miss one letter of a story about her son. When she finished, she grabbed the scrapbook, which always sat in Jeff's empty chair at the table, and anchored the article inside, another page in his memory. She read it through once more, choking back a spasm of sobs when she read the quote of a boy Jeff had helped-"He was the only one who cared"-before closing the hook and returning it to its place.

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