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Thank you for acknowledging the Generation that made America Great. My Dad would have been 90 this week, and a Veteran of WWll.
It is true that our grandparents and parents had to work hard for what they got. Unfortunately, too many of them said, "my children aren't going to have to work like I did", and they produced a generation of whiny freeloaders.
Oh, what the people up north would give for perfect weather like we are having. I hope they dig out quickly and get on with their lives. Can't even imagine what they are enduring.
I am so happy that my first garden did so well.I was able to feed my family and 6 couples on SS and having a hard time.It seems like the more I gave away the more the plants produced.That was my LORD at work.
I am so glad that my Father taught me how we could survive on the land.I have used those lessons all of my life and I plan on teaching my children those same things.If things get bad a country man can survive.
If you really want your disaster relief money to do good,donate to the Salvation Army.They never fail.
I can remember my Mother and Father in the 60's taking their 2 week vacations when their crops came in.During that time the church would have their tent services nightly.We would pick and can all day then go to church at night.We thought it was very exciting.
Watched the Charlie Brown Halloween show with all the Grandkids last night.It has become such a nice tradition.Now some of the kids have girlfriends and they bring them along also.We make a party out of it and dunk for apples,pin the tail on the donkey and have a taffy pull.The kids like it as much as we do.
One of my 5 pineapple plants decided that this was a good time of the year to produce a pineapple. Now my sunny dining room is full of pointy plants standing guard over the little fruit and I've got my fingers crossed that it keeps on growing.
Yes, Erin Coleman is a terrific anchor and reporter.....and she always looks so nice, simply dressed and pretty.
We had a Trick or Treater that dressed up as a possum roadkill with even tire marks on his belly.It was grouse but so cute.You couldn't help but laugh.
Ahhh, homemade bread - kneaded, no bread machine. Air was not one of the main ingredients like squishy packaged bread, it actually had substance. You could definitely eat a whole loaf singlehandedly, warm, preferably with butter. Mmmmm....
I sure wish I could have some of that banana pudding. I sure remember how good my Mother's was. Hadn't had homemade pudding since she passed.
I am glad my birth certificate does not have an expiration date.
Went to the museum at Ducktown, Tn.It was small but absolutely amazing.How those poor men worked in such conditions in the copper mines is beyond me.God had to be with them.
We just looked at a house that was 6 years old and the stove has never been used (microwave looks worn out though).I'm kind of worried if they did any upkeep on the house.Agent said we didn't even need to have it inspected.That worries me.What do you think Unvent Family?