Stories, Country Blogs, Memories of a World Long Past By
My aim is simple – to entertain and bring a smile to your face. I hope to transport you to a time long past, where life was simpler, challenges were rugged, and laughter was a common currency.
While these blogs may not serve as instructional guides, they hold immense value in preserving the memories and traditions of a world that has undergone profound changes. They allow us to connect with our roots, to understand the struggles and joys of those who tilled the land before us, and to appreciate the rich tapestry of rural life.
So, as you peruse these pages, I invite you to share in my reflections. Let’s journey together through the annals of history, embrace the challenges of yesteryears, and find humor in the everyday experiences that have shaped the world we know today.
My sweetie brought home a 25-pound turkey and proclaimed, that was what I was cooking it when the kids and grand kids visited during the new year holidays. Without thinking, (I’m a guy, like a moth to a flame, when will I ever learn.) I inquired about the ham, that I was expecting to cook.
The truth will set you free quote, I don’t remember the first time in my life someone spouted this line of BS. I would like you to think back in your life and remember the times telling the truth got you out of trouble. It Did Not Happen, so stop trying to tell another lie.