That autumn morning as we neared our tree, Grandpa stopped hard and pressed a meaty finger to my lips. A snowshoe hare had taken refuge under our Sugar Maple, shaded pistachio and apple. “God’s little creatures need heartening too.” His voice was like gravel, even his whispers were wieldy. I was nine, unwilling to share….

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