ddnos don't worry I'll give you the synopsis: The Sacketts moved into town (it took them two years with an Indian guide to find the rural community built at the hands of husbands, grandfathers and young men eager to be men). About two months after the Sacketts had been greatly receipted by the mish mash of poor settlers (everyone wants a Sackett in town) the Sacketts settled into creating law and order, peace and tranquility. Why one even started a church. And the Indian guide stayed along just to make the town more diverse. All the Sacketts feel in love with the eligible and most beautiful woman. When all seemed to be going well.....Bipolar strolled into town. But before he could get to the gates the newly wedded sacket woman riffled him down, he and his body that didn't really exists but taunted Bipolar day and night. The town slept well that night...except for Betty Sackett who from time to time never slept well. Other Sackett woman who would wake to nurse their babies would see Betty scrubbing floors or cutting blocks for a new quilt. to be continued.
Yes that is correct but read the last few sentences together... Betty Sackett who, form time to tome never slept well. Other Sackett woman would get up to nurse their babyies and from their windows could see Betty scrubbing floors or cutting blocks for quilts...
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