Tag Archives: Grief

The Early Years: The New Family Farm

  In approximately 1936 my parents completed the purchase of their first farm, located across a creek from where we lived on the rented Tyre farm.  By traveling the roads, it was about three quarters of a mile from my … Continue reading

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Bob’s Early Years, Continued

The next memories that I have of my childhood are associated with the time after we moved back to Screven, GA and lived on the rental farm (the Preacher Tyre farm) near my grandfather Miller’s farm. While we were living … Continue reading

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The Early Years, Christmas

The poor economic status of our family didn’t allow us to have much beyond the absolute necessities in life.  There were no luxury items, only the barest of life’s necessities.  For example, the only things that we children would have … Continue reading

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Authors Day at Fullerton Public Library

Hey Friends, check out our Authors Day at Fullerton Public Library.  See page 17 in the Fullerton Observer.  Here’s the link.

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