Monthly Archives: March 2013

In My Easter Basket

When I was a child, Easter meant dressing up for church on Easter Sunday, maybe even with a hat and gloves in my youngest years.  Daddy gave each of us girls a corsage to pin to our dress.  In good … Continue reading

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Country Ham for Easter

I have been hunting for a recipe for this, through all my white trash cookbooks.  I have not found a thing, not in the Cracker Barrel cookbooks, or Miss Daisy Celebrates Tennessee, or even my mother’s Sunday School class cookbook from … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Child?

Do you recall that old Mother Goose rhyme? Monday’s child is fair of face Tuesday’s child is full of grace Wednesday’s child is full of woe Thursday’s child has far to go Friday’s child is loving and giving Saturday’s child … Continue reading

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Love in a Cold Climate

Two of my cousins got into genealogy some years ago, and delved into the Bowers family tree back to the early 1600s in Connecticut.  They then pursued a line back to England, but it turned out to be mistaken.  It’s … Continue reading

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