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Message from Emom via Jane
Posted On 01/29/2015 08:06:14 by Jane
of NOTH - God Bless - jane 
Hey Brat!  Thanx so much for the kind and sweet remarks...I have been seriously under the weather and then came the flu!  lolol  May I mention that I don't recommend the ''flu'' to anyone any age.  Did I just say that??? lolol  Am doing better and I WILL be back (thank you Arnold)  If you wouldn't mind, could you please just let everybody know that I am still breathing/recovering.  I'm sure I'll find something amusing to say... Read More



Pamela
Posted On 01/29/2015 06:14:00 by JBMorrisAuthor
January 29, 2015 CHAPTER 2 PAMELA   FROM THE PREVIOUS PAGE “I know this about him. Seth’s word is his bond. He may knock on the door in the next second or it may take him three days. But Seth will be here. Mother, I love you but you need to back off. Seth is going to happen, so please, deal with it.” “Well, Pamela,” Victoria, said in a disapproving tone, “if you know him so well, just where is this Seth?” “Mother, if I had to guess, he is somewhere downstairs, terri... Read More



Bringing Up Teenagers
Posted On 01/28/2015 20:30:14 by kiwibarb
Controlling teenagers in the 1960-1970 years was somewhat different than anything my parents had to put up with. Being a solo mother sure had its moments. I had four daughters, and all four in one way or another contrived to put me in embarrassing situations. I hasten to add, before "telling" on them, that they have all more than made up for it in later life.

Here are a few snippets of the kind of things they threw at me. Daughter #1
Not sure if she was 14 or 15 at the time, but she h... Read More



GRANDMA's BUTTON JAR
Posted On 01/27/2015 13:48:27 by Notgrnyyet
  
Grandma had a button jar' sitting on her dresser. Every button she could find went in that jar. Any garment that was discarded she cut all the buttons of first and added to her jar. Some of the buttons were very old. There were glass buttons, wooden buttons, pearl buttons, shiny buttons, many color buttons, and just plain white shirt buttons. They made a beautiful display on her dresser and they were important to Grandma. Sometimes she would spruce up one of our garments with a c... Read More



GRANDMA's CROCKS
Posted On 01/27/2015 12:40:17 by Notgrnyyet
   
Grandma had two crocks with lids. They were about three gallon containers. She used them constantly. She made buttermilk, sour pickles, churned butter, made sauerkraut. When a hog was killed and the sausage was made she cooked patties and packed them in the crock with hog grease. They kept all winter. I know there were other things she used them for but you get what I'm saying. The crock was essential to our survival i... Read More



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