About Life in the 50’s and Retired Ruth
Blogs I Follow
- Childhood Memories of growing up in the 1950s and 1960s.
- The Brick House
- Enchanted Seashells by Princess Rosebud
- Sean of the South
- Writing By Laura
- Kaggsy's Bookish Ramblings
- Writing and Illustrating
- The Bipolar Writer Mental Health Blog
- What's Nonfiction?
- Grab the Lapels
- Fatima Fakier
- Roth Poetry
- Smorgasbord Blog Magazine
- Seoul Sister
- Extraordinary Sunshine Weaver
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Monthly Archives: October 2012
I didn’t have to travel to find my spookiest picture. Princess Esmerelda, my black cat, whose green eyes glow in the dark, is my spooky friend. Princess Esmerelda was adopted by my youngest daughter and appropriately was discovered on Halloween … Continue reading
This is why I love blogging! A fellow blogger commented on my Farmin’ post and it jarred my musical memory. Sadly I learned that Joe South had passed away in September of this year. Joe South won a Grammy for … Continue reading
Harvest 2012 is “on hold”, once again, due to Mother Nature’s fickle attitude! We received over an inch of rain and the fields are wet again. So we will have a few days to regroup and hope for some … Continue reading
Wake up early…wake up singing!
I am stuck in a time warp when it comes to music. That time warp includes almost exclusively 60’s music Over the years I seriously tried to keep up when my kids got into music…. I listened to Poison, White … Continue reading
My mother-in-law was a great cook. She raised four hungry boys on meat and potatoes.. When I married her son, I knew a little about cooking. I had taken baking and cooking projects in 4H. When I was … Continue reading
We had just moved into our first home. It was my husband’s childhood home; his parents had retired from the farm and moved to town and we had taken over where they left off. In a matter of 2 months … Continue reading
I have no idea what the etiquette is on reblogging. Heck, 6 months ago I did not know that word existed. So I am reblogging this blog from free penny press… it just fits in with all the childhood … Continue reading