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The Way West (1955)

Home to Oregon. Home to a home unremembered, never seen, still unbuilt. Home across the endless plains, over thrusting mountains, through sad or anguished streams. Home.
And yet the thought was somehow good, the thought of homes to be, reached by bravery and strength, wrought out of wilderness, earned by work and suffering. Judith could see the home they'd have-a cabin first, unless saw lumber could be bought, and maybe later on a house of brick. Its structure didn't matter yet. At the doorstep played the child she carried. Here in new land they'd work their future out. Today was new, and new tomorrows waited, and new ones for her love.
She said to Charles, "Sometimes I feel disloyal."
" Disloyal?"
" Don't you know?"
He nodded slowly, "I do, too."
She knew he knew. She knew his mind had turned to his returning interest in Oregon, to deeds done and words uttered in forgetfulness.
" Is it right, Charles? Can it be right?"
" It must be, Judie. It has to be. It's the same with everyone."
She fought the easy tears. "I never want to forget."
" You never will. But still we have to go ahead."
" Sometimes I don't know whether I'm thinking about Tod or the baby." The baby, she thought. Boy or girl, dark or fair, thrifty or frail, it must be Tod again. It would be Tod, and itself too, and sorrow and joy and remembrance and forgetfulness and recompense. And she would have for it all the love God had put in her for Tod, all He'd put there for her unborn

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