Where the Lilies Bloom - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12 Summary

The blizzard takes its toll on the Luthers. Some of their food is frozen, but they eat it anyway, and they lose their electricity. Romey has to give up his room entirely for the cow, and the smell is horrible. They huddle by the wood-burning stove and try to study, but Romey is in a bad mood and complains to Mary Call that she is ugly and demands to know if she has a plan yet. She does not have a plan yet, but she does have a notice from Mr. Connell that they are looking for people to make roping in their homes in November and December. Romey is despairing about the snow and their situation and says that God has forgotten them. Mary Call tells him that things will get better, and he must be tough.

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