What if you were Tom?

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I would definitely be more curious, have to sit down and talk everything over and see proof.
But alas I am a woman and that's why I would do these things.
As a character it seems fitting and as a man, that Tom would just accept Sarah with ease.

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I probably would not have been as nice about it as he was. He's a good guy, and he did what he thought was right. I might have balked a bit.

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He did the right thing. Sarah has been through enough. She didn't need her grandfather rejecting her.
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I think I would panic more then the character Tom in the book. I take small things as big and if a situation like someone missing come up I would have panic more. I think the character fitted the situation best.

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Tom did the right thing, he chose to take responsibility, to make lemonade so to say and life gave back to him more than he expected. Because he chose to be responsible for the girl he managed to develop a relationship with her that could not have been possible if he had said no.

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I would have asked Ruth to prove Sarah's identity to me. Meanwhile, I would have welcomed the child with open arms.
even miracles take a little time. :angelic-blueglow:

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