Have you ever had questions about events in some ones life that affected you and you never ask? As we, Mariette and I were returning home from PA one evening and we had visited Barbara Bunting on the old farm, I ask Sis (thatas what we call Mariette) ahow did Dad find that farma. This 300 acre farm was in the middle of no where, about halfway between Springboro and Albion in rural PA. Sis, being the oldest of us 5 kids, surly would know about the move but she didnat. Another thing I had questions about was Mother and Dads meeting and their courtship in California where they were married. Again she had no idea. As you know, being young children, you were never interest in stuff like that and later you had your own group of friends and still not interested. Then you meet the love of your life and nothing else was important to you. Then kids, job and married life and time slips by and then you lose one parent and a short time later both are gone. They took all the life experiences and stories with them. I had questions for my Father and Mother that can never be answered by them so I have decided to write this book. Have my children ask me those questions, no. Do they want to sit and listen to me tell them my lifeas stories, no. Will they have questions when we are gone, most likely!The year before, 1953 I spent the summer with Grandpa aamp; Grandma Bearrow in Miles City, Montana but thata#39;s another story. Guess I am ... We had a Farmall M, Farmall H and a small BN. ... These were older versions of the M and H Farmalla#39;s.
|Author||:||George Russell Gardner Sr.|
|Publisher||:||Trafford Publishing - 2013-04-18|