Precious Memories and Funny Short Stories of Life on the Farm
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This book describes the precious memories and some funny short stories of a young girl growing up on a farm during the 1950s and 60s, a 167 acre working farm, no gasoline powered machinery; no tractors, the only horse-power was 4-1000 pounds of pure flesh and bone; horses. No indoor plumbing, therefore no indoor toilet; they owned and operated and outdoor outhouse; no soft white toilet paper; Sears & Roebuck catalog, or the weekly newspaper served the purpose. As a young girl she remembers the many valuable lessons she learned, and experienced many very funny scenerios, that she shares with her readers; the twenty pound menance, the horrifying experience of making mincemeat, the terrifying experience of the forbidden smokehouse, and the rock-hurling grandma, the runaway horse, and a episode with a blind Missouri mule named Bill. The precious memories remained ingrained in her soul; The smell of fresh mowen hay, the capturing of lightening bugs, and the sounds, sights, and smells of a spring day.
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