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Postby patritter » Tue Jun 09, 2015 9:56 pm

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Once settled on the veranda Martha said, 'I'll put the kettle on. Hannah would you help me please?' Hannah rose and walked with her mother to the kitchen. 'What's going on with you and that fellar you bought with you?' She asked once they were away out of earshot of the others.
'What'd you mean?' Hannah asked not knowing what her mother meant.
'When he helped you down from the sulky. You couldn't keep your eyes off one another.' Martha smiled.
'Mother, he's a lovely person, and to do what he's done to take the place of another human being, go to prison for something he didn't do and return, yes, I have feelings for him and admiration. Also the utmost respect of what he did. It's only this morning when I officially met him again after four years, but honestly mother, his voice. I've never been able to get his voice from my head since I spoke with him at the police station outside the cell door. I'm comfortable in his presence.' Hannah smiled.
'Be careful. Understand what happened to the other Joe.' Her mother advised.
'There is no comparison, this Joe is warm and what he's done to help both Ma and me is remarkable. I think I like him mother.' Hannah collected morning tea and returned to the veranda.
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Re: Pat Ritter. Books

Postby patritter » Wed Jun 10, 2015 9:32 pm

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'Ma told us about her home burning down.' Nat said surprised. 'Terrible, Alex from the hotel helped to save them and went back into the house to save Mr Cummings.'
'What was that!' Martha asked when she placed the tea-pot on the table. She almost fainted hearing her husband's words.
'He's not well. We went to the hospital before we came here.' Ma said.
Hannah placed the tray containing food on a table next to Joe. 'Here Joe, mother made these earlier this morning. You must be famished.' She handed Joe two scones on a plate. He took the plate and gazed into her eyes and nodded his head.
'Tell me about your home burning down. Hannah, you never mentioned anything.' Martha exploded, shocked to hear of the fire and the destruction of Ma's home and business.
'You never give me a chance to mother, asking questions about Joe. Mr Cummings knocked over the lantern when he got out of bed, bumped his head and suffered burns to almost all of his body. Terrible. We visited him at the hospital before we came here. Ma's home is destroyed.' Hannah told her folks.
'Ma. You're welcome to stay here with Martha and I as long as you want.' Nat said swallowing a piece of scone and sipping his tea.
'Thank you Nat and Martha, I accept your invitation. Honestly, I don't know what I'll do now my home and business is ruined.' Ma expressed in a solemn voice, tears filled her eyes. 'I'm too old to rebuild.'
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Re: Pat Ritter. Books

Postby patritter » Thu Jun 11, 2015 10:18 pm

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'What are you going to do Hannah? Where are you going to live?' Nat asked.
'Alex kindly provided me a room at his hotel for as long as I want. Back to school Monday morning.'
'They wouldn't mind if you have time off. I'm certain Mr Shirley would understand allowed the circumstances of what happened.' Nat added.
'No thanks Pa. I want to get back on the horse as soon as possible. Ma have you decided what you're going to do with your block of land?' Hannah asked Ma, thinking it a little presumptuous to ask considering the recent fire.
'Hannah dear, if you want the block. It's yours. A gift from me to you.' Ma smiled.
'I can't accept your kind offer. I'll buy the block from you,' she replied.
'No, a gift. I insist. Since we've lived together over the years not only you are my niece, you are my best friend and companion. What are you going to do with the land? There is a stable at the back of the block for your horse.' Ma inquired.
'I want to build a cottage, a small cottage. A reminder of what you had.' She rose from her seat and put her arms around Ma's shoulders, 'thank you Ma.'. Tears came to both their eyes.
'It's no worries my dear sweet Hannah, I love you like a daughter I never had,' both held one another and sobbed with joy.
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Re: Pat Ritter. Books

Postby patritter » Fri Jun 12, 2015 10:11 pm

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'What are you going to do Joe?' Nat asked.
'He wants a job, Pa. I told him you'd hire him.' Hannah interrupted.
'Wait a moment Hannah, you never told me about building a cottage. Yes, Nat, I would love a job here or on any of your properties. Before I do I want to help Hannah build her cottage. If that would be alright with you.' Joe explained.
'Joe, you've got a job here anytime you want. Help Hannah build her cottage and we'll find something for you to do after the cottage is built.' Nat answered finished his tea, took his pipe from the top pocket of his shirt, stuffed it with tobacco and struck a match on his trousers to light his pipe. He took a deep draw and sat back in his chair, a satisfied look on his face.
'He could fix the sign at the front gate,' Hannah suggested.
'Don't worry about the sign, it's been like that since I care to remember. Don't need fixen Hannah, everyone knows where we live. You build your cottage and we'll take good care of Ma. Welcome home Ma, this is now your home and you treat it as your own.' Nat said inhaling smoke from his pipe.
'I suppose Hannah if we want to get back before dark, we'd better be moving along. Been great to meet you Martha and Nat,' Joe stood and shook Nat's hand.
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Re: Pat Ritter. Books

Postby patritter » Sat Jun 13, 2015 11:07 pm

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'You look after my daughter Joe, and thanks for helping her build her cottage. We'll come to town as soon as its finished,' Nat let go of Joe's hand and slapped him on his shoulder.
They said their farewells with hugs and good-byes, Joe helped Hannah up onto the seat of the sulky, sat beside her and took the reins. After clicking Joker they were off waving good-bye almost until they reached the sign at the front gate. I'll leave fixen of the sign to Nat, he owns the place and I wouldn't interfere with anything. A smile spread across his face. If this was heaven he thought, he was enjoying each moment being seated next to Hannah.
'Joe, do you mind if I leaned against your shoulder. I'm tied, with all that has happened, I want to sleep.' Hannah moved closer to Joe who placed his arm around her shoulders, she snuggled in close and soon fell asleep.
Been less than a day, but I think I'm in love, Joe thought peering down to this beautiful woman lying asleep in his arms. Life couldn't be better.
Stopping the sulky at the rear door of the hotel Joe didn't want to wake Hannah and would've rather carry her inside to her bed rather than disturb her sleep. She woke and stretched her arms almost knocking Joe from his seat. 'Sorry, Joe. I'm so sorry. Are you alright?' She leaned across and kissed him on the cheek.
Joe sat upright. Startled with warmth of Hannah's kiss still felt warm on his cheek. Never in his wildest dreams did he expect her to kiss him. He'd never had anything to do with the opposite sex in his life and wasn't certain what to do next. 'I'll help you down,' he stuttered.
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Re: Pat Ritter. Books

Postby patritter » Sun Jun 14, 2015 10:23 pm

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Climbing down he helped Hannah to the ground. 'I'll return the sulky and put Joker back in his stable,' his voice nervous and trembly.
'I'll go and make us dinner, it should be ready by the time you return. ' Hannah replied and walked toward the back entrance of the hotel. Joe got back into the sulky, 'what'd think of that Joker. I think she likes me.' Joe could've jumped over the moon he was so delighted with his thoughts and Hannah's kiss on his cheek.
After stabling Joker and giving him food, Joe returned to the rear of the hotel. When he walked into the hotel, Hannah was crying and in the arms of Alex. His eyes almost bulged from his head, 'is everything alright.' He voice quivered.
Hannah left Alex and ran to Joe and threw her arms around his neck, 'Mr Cummings died,' she sobbed. Joe held her tight and allowed her to cry.

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'I'll leave you two alone,' Alex said and returned to the bar to serve his customers. Joe held onto Hannah allowing her to grieve the passing of a friend.
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Re: Pat Ritter. Books

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'He worked for Pa,' she sobbed, the words hiccuped from her mouth, 'he was a good man. A gentleman to both Ma and me. His reason for stopping work in the shearing shed to settle down at Ma's Guest House and live out his life in peace and comfort.' Joe handed Hannah his handkerchief. She wiped her eyes and released her arms around his neck. 'I'd better make us dinner. Can't have you starving.'
Hannah quickly gathered meat and vegetables and soon had enough food cooked for three. Joe sat at the table thinking how he could help Hannah overcome her friend's death. Just being there was enough.
'What work did he do for your father?' Joe asked to break the tension.
'Wool presser. A hard and tough job. At the end as he grew older he couldn't keep up with the work and decided to retire. What is it with you lot never talking about your work.' Hannah raised her voice. 'I want you to tell me everything, understand. Never keep me in the dark, Joe!' Hannah expressed sternly, she placed a plate of cooked food in front of him. 'I'll tell Alex his dinner is ready.'
'No, I'll go and tell him.' Joe quickly rose from his seat and rushed into the bar to tell Alex his dinner was ready. He returned, 'he wants to eat his dinner at the bar if it was alright.' She agreed. Joe took Alex's dinner to him and returned to Hannah.
They ate in silence.
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Re: Pat Ritter. Books

Postby patritter » Wed Jun 17, 2015 3:28 am

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'If you want to talk about Mr Cummings. I'm willing to listen,' Joe said in between his mouth filled with food. 'This is delicious. I didn't know you could cook. '
'I've been cooking far back as I care to remember. It's only chops and vegetables, nothing flash.'
'It's great! You are a good cook and a pretty one at that.' Joe said sincerely.
'Do you think I'm pretty,' Hannah smiled and looked at Joe.
'Too right I do – you're the prettiest girl in Cunnamulla without a doubt.' Joe placed his knife and fork beside his plate. 'I'll wash up. You sit while I make you a cuppa.' Joe rose and quickly made Hannah and himself a cup-of-tea. After he washed and dried the dishes he sat next to Hannah. 'You must be tied after everything has happened.' He said.
'Yes,' she yawned, 'I'm tied. Would you mind if I went to bed?' Hannah eyes drooped.
'Goodnight Hannah, sweet dreams. I'll see you at breakfast.' Hannah left to go to her room.
Joe joined Alex at the public bar, 'how was your dinner?' He asked taking the empty plate and utensils. In an afterthought he said, 'Alex how can I get a message to Hannah's parents to tell them about Mr Cummings?' He asked.
'All done! The bush telegraph. They'll know by daylight tomorrow.' Alex continued to attend to his bar duties.
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Re: Pat Ritter. Books

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Once Joe cleaned the kitchen after washing and drying Alex's plate, he retired to bed. Thoughts of Hannah, holding her, smelling her sweet fragrance kept him from sleep. His mind focused on helping her build her cottage. First to clear the block of land. With these thoughts raging through his mind he finally fell asleep.
Hannah slept in and awoke when the morning light entered her bedroom. Opening her eyes she realised her new surroundings. Blinking her eyes cleared her mind of sleep, she pushed back the bed covers and got out of bed. After making her bed, she washed in a basin of water beside her bed, quickly dressed and entered the kitchen.
'Good morning Alex,' the smell of bacon pieced her nostrils.
'Better this morning.' Alex replied and continued with his task, 'breakfast will be ready soon, take a seat. Kettle's hot if you want a cuppa.' He continued on with the cooking.
'Has Joe had his breakfast?' Hannah asked pouring tea into a cup.
'He had his breakfast long ago and went to clean up Ma's block. He mentioned something about you building a cottage and wanted to get cracking,' he placed a plate filled with food in front of Hannah, 'the toast is on the table, help yourself.'
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Re: Pat Ritter. Books

Postby patritter » Thu Jun 18, 2015 10:41 pm

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'What's he doing?' Hannah asked in between eating, alarmed knowing Joe left early to clear the block of land.
'He told me he was going over to the block to clean up so you can start building your cottage. That's all he said and was gone soon after he finished his breakfast.' Alex sat at the table to eat his breakfast.
'I'd better finish and go and help him. Before I do I need to earn my keep and clear up the dishes and sweep the kitchen.' Hannah finished her breakfast, rose to start and gathered the dishes.
'Don't worry about clearing up. You go and help Joe. What's this about building a cottage.' Alex asked picking up a tea towel.
'Ma gave me her block of land and I want to build a cottage. I want a small cottage, light yellow outside.' She saw her cottage in her mind's eye and smiled.
'How is Ma going? I sent a message to your father telling him about Mr Cummings death.'
'Thank you. I wanted to get a message to them.' Hannah finished washing the dishes and started sweeping the floor.
'Last night I told one of the shearers to tell your parents. He'll be at your parent's place this morning.'
'I'd better make morning tea for Joe. Would you like some scones?' Hannah wiped her hands on a cloth.
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Re: Pat Ritter. Books

Postby patritter » Fri Jun 19, 2015 10:45 pm

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'For sure. I don't get to eat scones around here. Better start in the bar and get everything ready to open.' Alex replied and rose to leave.
'Alex, before you leave I want to thank you so much for allowing me to stay here until my cottage is built. Would you mind if I cooked and clean the kitchen. To pay my way.' she almost pleaded.
'Hannah, if you want to do that. There's no reason for you not to cook but you are not a slave. I meant what I said. You can stay as long as you want.'
'I hate not earning my keep.' She replied.
'If you want to do the job, I'll leave it with you. You don't need to do anything because you are my guest.' Alex farewelled Hannah and went to do his tasks.
Hannah mixed flour and other ingredients together to make scones. She threw a couple of pieces of wood in the fire to heat the oven. After twenty minutes a fresh batch of scones spread on a tray in the middle of the table. Each cut in half with a coating of butter and covered with strawberry jam, just like Ma made, she thought.
Leaving the kitchen and walking to her new block of land she sighted Joe with his shirt off, perspiration gleaming over his body. A shovel in his hand shifting remains of the fire to a separate pile. Sun beat down with a heat hotter than a furnace, quivering heat waves shimmered from the ground.
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'Joe,' she called approaching him, 'time for a break. I prepared morning smoko for you and Alex in the kitchen.' She reached Joe, a warm feeling moved from her stomach to her mind. She'd never seen a more muscled physique in all of my life. Her eyes glued to his mid-section. She covered her eyes with her hand to block out the sun so she could get a better view. 'I never expected you to do this work.' She pronounced.
Joe placed the shovel on the ground. 'I wanted to get an early start before it got too hot, almost finished. Don't know how I'm going to shift the stove.'
'We'll think of a way, come inside. It's too hot out here.' She waved Joe to follow her to the hotel. He followed.
'This looks good,' Joe said after he replaced his shirt to cover his body. 'I won't be long, I'll wash my hands.' He left the kitchen.
Hannah called to Alex who entered the kitchen, the aroma of freshly cooked scones entered his nostrils. 'I haven't tasted scones since Ma bought me some a long time ago,' he sat at the table filled his cup with tea from the kettle and scooped up a scone and quickly filled his mouth.
'They're not as good as Ma makes. No one can make them as good as she can,' Hannah said and sat at the table. She poured a cup of tea for Joe and left a plate filled with scones in front of where he would sit beside her.
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Re: Pat Ritter. Books

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Joe returned to the kitchen took his place beside Hannah. 'These look good,' and picked up a scone and soon devoured it in one mouthful. 'Must've been hungry.' He licked his lips and smiled.
Alex finished his morning smoko and returned to his bar duties.
'You didn't need to clean up the land,' Hannah said after taking Joe's empty cup and plate. 'Do you want another scone and another cup-of-tea?' She asked.
'Yes please. They were good, I must've been hungry.' Hannah coated another scone with butter and jam and handed him a plate and a fresh cup-of-tea. He ate the scone greedily than drank his tea.
'Got no money to pay you until I go to the bank tomorrow, 'Hannah said wiping her hands on a towel.
Joe removed a twenty pound note from his pocket and handed it to Hannah, 'will this help until you go to the bank.'
'I can't take your money!' She went to return it.
'No! You'll need to pay Alex for your board and lodgings. Don't worry about paying me back and don't worry about paying me for helping you. I told your father I wanted to help build your cottage. Joe Ryan gave me this money with a lot more when I spoke with him at Barcaldine. Pay your board and lodgings to Alex for the next six months until your cottage is ready to live in.'
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Re: Pat Ritter. Books

Postby patritter » Mon Jun 22, 2015 9:54 pm

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Hannah rose from her chair swung her arms around Joe's neck and this time kissed him on the lips, 'thank you Joe. If Joe, what's his name, gave you the money then I'll use it to pay our board and lodgings.' She emphasised the word our. Joe returned her kiss. If he wasn't in heaven before, the moment their lips joined he was enjoying the sweetness of heaven through the taste of her lips.
After releasing each other from their embrace, Joe said, 'I'd do anything for you Hannah. I better get back on the job and try and find a solution to moving the stove.'
Joe returned to finish clearing the land. His mind filled with the taste of the kiss they shared. Wonderful thoughts screamed in his mind of hoping Hannah liked him as much as he liked her. From the corner of his eye he saw three men approach, Alex and two others he didn't know.
'You've been busy Joe, ' Alex said, 'I've bought a couple of hefty fellows to help move the stove.' Without another word the four men positioned themselves around the huge steel stove, each taking a corner and lifted carried it to the opposite end of the land well away from where the cottage would be built.
'Thank you fellars, I'd better shout you a drink. Honestly, I didn't know how I was going to move this hunk of metal.' Joe joined his companions at the bar.
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Re: Pat Ritter. Books

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'There you are Joe, wet your whistle with this,' Alex placed a tumbler of beer in front of him who scooped it up devoured the amber coloured fluid without touching the sides of his throat.
'That was good.' Joe licked his lips, 'sorry, I haven't introduced myself, Joe Gibson.' He shook hands with his companions who'd helped him move the stove.
'Jack Sullivan, pleased to meet you Joe, Alex told me plenty about you.' Joe introduced himself to the other person.
'What do you do Jack?' Joe asked.
'I build houses.' Jack finished his beer and asked Alex for a refill. 'Built most of the houses in Cunnamulla.' Alex placed another tumbler of beer in front of Jack.
'Hannah wants a cottage built on the land. I'll tell her about you,' Joe told Jack. 'I'd better get going, I want to finish the job before it gets too hot. Thanks for helping me.' Joe said goodbye and returned to his job of clearing the remainder of the land.
Hannah called him in for lunch, she prepared cold mutton and bread mixed with tomatoes and sugar. Seated at the table he thought, I could get used to this, a beautiful woman taking care of me, never had this before. 'Thank you Hannah, this tastes delicious.' Joe continued eating.
'We can't expect you to work on an empty stomach, can we,' her smile took Joe's breath away. 'The rate you're working, it'll be finished this afternoon.'
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