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T - Tractors, Trucks, and Tools
Posted On 03/02/2017 19:00:57 by yourchoice
I have heard so many stories about  tractors and family traditions from my husband, and some of his friends gathered around our kitchen table on a coffee break. Even though I grew up on a farm, I have little to contribute to those conversations. I do remember the strange John Deere tractor, with the front wheels close together, that my father purchased the year before he decided that he had “enough” of mixed farming, and we moved to the city. He had been a cattle driver in the Cypress H... Read More



P - People, Presents and a Potluck Party
Posted On 01/09/2017 05:26:50 by yourchoice
Christmas has come and gone, and hopefully all of you have a fresh stash of pleasant memories. Hopefully, there will be more time for “computer fun” now. I am continuing on my personal A-Z Blog Challenge with this episode.We all have our particular traditions of celebration, and 2016 Christmas took on a new form for us. Our celebrations continued for more than two weeks, and we enjoyed every minute of it, starting with the arrival of two families, relatives of my husband, from northern Engla... Read More



Summer is done... ALMOST!
Posted On 09/07/2016 22:34:37 by yourchoice
It has been quite a summer for us. I won’t talk about the weather; we have no control of that, and complaining didn't help. We’ve had house guests, have travelled 800 miles one way to visit our daughter and family, experienced some family “drama”, and had a few sick days. To add to my frustration (my husband wishes it was never invented), I had limited Internet connection, brought to our attention every time we had a rain storm. Our provider refuses to upgrade equipment because its too... Read More



A story for Christmas Eve
Posted On 12/24/2015 02:00:52 by oppsgal
It was Christmas Eve 1956, in a little town called Shelby Ohio.  A small 1950's town when times were good, streets were safe, crime real crime not heard of very often, town population around 8,000 people.  I was nine years old and my little sister cathy was 6 and my big brother 14.  We lived in the downstairs of an old victorian house, our rent 19 dollars a month.  of course minimum wage then was  $1 per hour ,  Familys were close.  I had so many cousins o... Read More



Documents, Durham & Dainty Dinah
Posted On 12/11/2015 00:39:08 by yourchoice
My husband’s father was 19 years old when he emigrated to Canada from Chester-le-Street, a village near Durham in Northern England. He traveled on a cargo ship from Liverpool, England to Halifax, Nova Scotia, then continued west by train, looking for homestead land. He had studied Animal Husbandry in England, and thought the only job he would ever enjoy would to be a farmer. He eventually settle in the province of Saskatch-ewan, met a lovely French lady, and soon had three sons. In his persona... Read More



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