Yea, it was Julia who did abandon Sloan and the babe for the purpose of hurriedly forging a single amigurumi bunny in the space of two days. Yea, a bunny to be donated for a church service auction.
For Julia did work, over the space of two days, yea she did not leave her dwelling. She did forge the bunny to seek the favor of the women of Bainbridge Island Relief Society. Yea, she did lust after the admiration of their hearts.
And yea, verily, the bunny was completed in time for the auction and Julia did rejoice, despite the soreness of her fingers.
And it came to pass that the bidding did begin, yea, the bidding for the bunny. And Julia's heart did swell with pride, for the auctioneer did speak words of flattery toward the bunny.
And the auctioneer did ask for an opening bid.
Regen, sister of Sloan, did offer the first bid. Yea, for Regen did look upon Julia's afflictions and desired to offer succor.
And it came to pass that the auctioneer did ask for the next bid, yea he did beseech the crowd. Who will seek to own this fine bunny? He asked, Who among you will buy this creature?
And it came to pass that no person did step forward.
The auctioneer did put forth much supplication, yea, he did call to those gathered there. Who among you will own this bunny?
And the crowd did stay quiet. Yea, even the crickets did still their voices.
Sold! The auctioneer did cry. Sold, O people of Bainbridge! It has been done!
And the bunny was sold.
Yeah, the bunny was sold to the only bidder, yea, to Regen, sister of Sloan. And Julia did return home, where there was much weeping and wailing and gnashing of teeth.