Now this isn't to say that some of the "rebel" teens don't pull pranks. Soaping windows and burning a farmer's corn shocks near the road are but a couple of common pranks. I'd love to have my ex-Amish story-telling friends to leave your comments on ornery pranks.
Amish do celebrate Good Friday, the end of August after harvest time, Thanksgiving, and Christmas--simply of course. Watch my December blog
on how the conservative orders recognize Christmas. I promise that will be a most enlightening post! And return in January when I blog about a day they recognize that we don't--Olde Christmas.
Another regular reader did leave her comment and in part said, "As always, I enjoy your blogs immensely." Her comment was in reply to Amish say, "It's God's Will."
One, who must be shy, subscribes and reads but, sends her questions or comments to me privately.
An anonymous comment said, "How refreshing, a blog about the Amish that's actually factual!"[Click to Tweet that]
On Amish Best Kept Secrets, a comment says, "Thank you Brenda for your writings that help us to better understand our friends who are Amish." On this same post, an Amish fiction author wrote, "Thanks, Brenda, for revealing the truth on here."
If you blog, you know feedback is valued. So I again say, "Thanks!" or as the Amish would say, "Denke."
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