Chapter 203: Angel Colors
Just before Christmas, the preschoolers made paper chains. Their tables were covered with strips of construction paper in every color, but before long, Ethan noticed that Zeke was only linking two—light pink and baby blue.
Jasper elbowed his friend. “How come those ones?”
“’Cause they’re good angel colors!”
One of the other Guardians in the classroom nudged Ethan, saying, “I wonder what gave him that impression.”
Could Zeke remember when Milo had bridged the gap? Or maybe a dream?
“Those are baby colors!” giggled one of the girls.
“Then I done good! ’Cause Jesus is a baby at Christmas!”
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