Heidi, Swiss Alps, grandfathers, granddaughters
A light Swiss breeze blew through Heidi’s curly blonde hair as she and her grandfather Adolph walked along the mountain path. They had been walking up the mountainside for several hours and were nearing the top. Heidi couldn’t wait to get to the mountaintop; it was the one part of the mountain that she had never been to before. Her grandfather told her that when you were at the top, you’re up so high that you can almost reach up and touch the heavens. However, the trek was quite long, and Heidi had never gone that far up the mountain before.
"To Touch the Heavens: A Short Story,"
Swiss American Historical Society Review: Vol. 57
, Article 4.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/sahs_review/vol57/iss2/4