When we got married, mowing was not, or ever would be, in my job description. Buck did the mowing. When the kids were old enough, they were delegated to the job using a Lawn Boy push mower. As I recall, Guy and Teresa mowed the most, Amy mowed one time only and for some reason, much to her brother and sisters disgruntle, I don’t think Kim mowed at all. It would have been more cost effective if Buck had just hired the job to professionals. But, he was raised in an era wher
My husband survived a devastating stroke then after lived for sixteen years. During that time, he showed a determination that was rare. I’ve mentioned before that he learned to walk and talk all over again. Because of this determination, he managed to get a job as a Wal-Mart greeter, worked as a volunteer at a local school, and attended Rotary once a week. He was active, and I supported him one hundred percent, until, he decided he was going to renew his driver’s license.
My dining room table isn’t antique, but it is forty years old. This is a very important piece of furniture to me, more than any other. My dining room table was made by Pennsylvania House. It is composed of cherry wood and the top is oval, it has Queen Anne legs. It will seat ten people comfortably, twelve is cozy, and fourteen is elbow to elbow. Since I am not a fan of a “kids” table; when seated, we are all very much together. The importance of having a dining room table cam