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As Eppie grew on she remained content with the knowledge that Silas was her father and her mother had passed away when she was an infant This lasted until the day of her twenty-first birthday On that spring morning Eppie awoke with a feeling of happiness It was going to be a beautiful day and although the sun was just rising Eppie could hear a happy melodic chirping out in the fields the birds were singing Quickly she dressed and proceeded into the kitchen to greet her father Though the occasion was happy and the day was now bright a look of concern and a heavy heart troubled Silas Today was the day that he would have to tell Eppie the truth A secret hed kept for nearly twenty years would soon be let out Eppie sensed remorse and could feel his sadness even without knowing his reason Silas forced a smile and opened his outstretched hand to reveal a small cloth-covered box Eppie reached over and with a bit of fear she slowly grasped the box and began to untie its ribbon She too forced a smile When the gift was finally open after what seemed to be an eternity Eppie reached in and delicately lifted out a small golden locket Immediately she smiled and was happy to receive a wonderful gift She ignored the sadness she had sensed only a moment ago Eppie reached out and hugged Silas but her face was dampened with tears which were not her own Silas was crying Eppie confused asked why he was crying His reply was simply you dont remember dear you cant remember Still utterly baffled Eppie gently opened the locket Inside she found a photograph of a small baby and one of a beautiful young woman who strikingly resembled Eppie herself Silas began to explain that the baby was Eppie and the woman was her mother
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