March 22, 2020
Primus straightened the room as the general fell into a deep sleep. Earlier, as a meeting between the general and Primus' employer, Colonel Pickering, showed signs of going late into the evening, the general inquired if there was extra straw and blankets for him to use for the night. Primus quickly responded affirmatively.
Worn out from the late-night meeting, Primus was happy to give up his bed of straw and blanket for the exhausted general. After helping the two men prepare their beds in the little tent, Primus finished his chores as they fell asleep. Finding a box, he settled himself into a sitting position, resting his head on his hands in hopes of finding a little rest.
During the early hours of the morning, the general awake to see his host in the awkward sleeping position. He quickly realized Primus had given up his bed for him.
"Primus," the general called, "Primus!"
Waking from his shallow sleep, Primus responded, "Yes, general?"
"Why did you say there was enough straw and blankets?” the general inquired. He continued, questioning Primus' assurance of supplies only to surrender his own bedding. Primus objected to the general's calls to join him, but finally relented knowing he would not win this battle. As the general moved over to make room on the straw bed, the young, black steward laid down next to the Commander of the Continental Army, General George Washington, sharing a bed and a blanket for the remainder of the night.
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