Mrs. Mike the Story of Katherine Mary Flannigan - Chapter Twenty-Eight Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Twenty-Eight Summary

As the Flannigans enjoy children, Georges and Connie, in their home once again, Jonathan Forquet walks into their cabin, carrying a baby in his arms. He delivers the news that Oh-Be-Joyful died of the flu. He wants Kathy and Mike to take the baby, who Oh-Be-Joyful named after Kathy. The couple calls the baby Kate and takes her in as part of their family.

The next day they go sledding in the same sled in which they took Mary Aroon and Ralph years before. The sled becomes a magic cutter for the children gliding on a frozen sea. Georges plays captain yelling orders at Connie, who in turn yells things to the trees, snow drifts and clouds.

Mike senses something in Katherine. She tells him it hurts a little. Little Connie asks what hurts her, a pin? Katherine says, "No ... Happiness...

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