A very short, sweet story of a boy who remembers nothing from before his first day at school, for a very good reason, which I will not ruin for you. He does not have a storybook life after that and ends up at The Hermitage House, a genteel but crumbling children’s home that once housed many children. The home has lost financial backing and is deteriorating, but the original director, Sister Catherine, is still able to take in a very few children, but not for long, thanks to state codes and regulations.
There is a somewhat mysterious aspect to this story, but it does not render the story “supernatural.” So do yourself a favor and take a short time to read this story.
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