Elma Kindy memories:
I'll always remember grandma's black hair and grandpa's snow white hair. The house, also is quite clear to me. The milk house with it's clear cool water running trough where the milk crocks, butter, etc. were kept. And the cool brick floor which felt so cool to our feet. I also remember the outdoor oven but cannot recall ever have seeing bread taken from it. I also loved that big smoke tree in the front yard.
I think my most cherished memories were when grandpa came to live with us for nine years. His room was what we called our parlor. In it was his bed, high dresser, stove and rocking chair on which I can still see him rock and sing, sing and rock. I do not remember grandpa ever being considered a care. His pleasant disposition and his jolly spirit repaid all care that was necessary.
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Mary Post Warren
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