At 71 years, my yesterdays are many and thanks to my God, they continue to grow in numbers, with each blessed in many ways.
I came from a humble beginning in the backwoods of Jackson County Florida on a 40 acre, one mule farm with no electricity or any of the conveniences it provided. Water came from an open well, food was cooked on a wood stove, and kerosene lamps were used for light. Groceries were obtained from a rolling store, or grown on the farm. Clothes were ordered by mail from Sears & Roebuck or stitched by Mama on an old Singer sewing machine. Trips to town were on a mule drawn wagon.
I was blessed with a wonderful family and a home filled with love and caring. We were poor folks but I never felt poor a day in my life.
Today I am blessed with precious memories from my earliest years. I have grown with experiences and had a successful life and wonderful family.