When Elizabeth purchases a beautiful porcelain pitcher for Secondhand Blessings from a mysterious man and his canine companion, she soon realizes that the pitcher is worth far more than what she paid for it. And when she finds what looks like the pitcher’s matching basin in an auction held at a nearby Amish farm, she wonders if the seller could have a connection to the Amish family. Determined to find the mystery man who sold her the piece and give him the opportunity to sell it for a fairer price, Elizabeth soon realizes that tracking him down may be harder than she expected. She learns that, not only has he not been home in days, but there is a possibility he is also very sick. Can Elizabeth find him before it’s too late?
Meanwhile, Martha is elbow deep in flour and frosting, and Mary is working out the décor for their dear friend Anne’s wedding. But they find themselves struggling to keep up with the wedding plans when the bride keeps changing her mind.