At Home in Mitford - Chapters 5-8 The Big Six-0, Dooley, The One for the Job, Golden Days Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 5-8 The Big Six-0, Dooley, The One for the Job, Golden Days Summary

The appraiser arrives to discuss the value of the painting donated by Miss Sadie. After much blathering, Father Tim asks him to get down to business. The painting is not a Vermeer, but if offered properly might sell for seven or eight thousand dollars. Father Tim is relieved. Praising God along the way, Tim walks to the Grill for breakfast the next morning and meets up with Mule Skinner. Mule informs Father Tim that he can expect a new neighbor sometime in the fall. Father Tim had almost forgotten about the small house next door to the rectory. Though Mule informs the priest that the new neighbor is quite good looking, the only thought Tim has is that perhaps...

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