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Dad ... A Cowboy and a Gentleman
Posted On 06/18/2020 22:43:01 by yourchoice
Father’s Day is this weekend … we are happy that our son and his wife are bringing both families together to honor Dads, present and absent, as an expression by the families. We will miss those who are not able to be with us, but know that their hearts will be here.My father was the first-born in his family, arriving in the winter of 1906.  The family tragedies in the first few years of his life, resulting in a major move to another country, contributed to his early maturity and diligen... Read More

Posted On 01/24/2015 18:23:40 by Notgrnyyet
    In the late 40's and early 50's things were rough and everything we got or accomplished was new and big to us.I'll never forget the day we got electricity in our house. We were the last in the area to get it because we were at the dead end of the road and had to wait until the workers got there with the lines. I suspect also there was a problem with Daddy getting enough money to pay for the installation.We had coal oil lamps and I remember sitting at the kitchen table to do my... Read More

Posted On 08/02/2013 16:24:07 by Notgrnyyet
Daddies have a different role than Mother's do in our lives.  Daddy was away working in the coal mines in Oklahoma most of my young life. He stayed in Henrietta from Sunday evening until Friday night. It was hard on us all. I missed him terribly and I know now how hard it had to be on Mama having to take all responsibility of things like she did. As soon as his Friday shift was over he and other men would head home to Arkansas getting home late.  Week-ends for Daddy were not restful. I... Read More

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