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Category Archives: Pete and Amy
November 28, 1913 – The day my daddy (Pete) was born. Had he lived he would be 103; as it was he lived to 63. He died from a heart attack, unexpected by those around him. After he was gone, … Continue reading
“I only worked one day last week and Mrs. A. called me yesterday and said she didn’t need me this week either. So I guess you are going to have to order me some shoes and some underclothes. I am … Continue reading
Cleda Amy Riddle Rodgers Venter I saw online that there were “no famous birthdays” on June 20, 1913. Well, come again? There was at least one famous one! One extremely important to me. Cleda Amy Riddle – this lovely little baby girl … Continue reading
Nope, it was nothing like Joshua making the sun shine still! (If you don’t know that story it is in Joshua, Chapter Ten, Holy Bible.) Granddad bootlegging whiskey!? In November I wrote about my grandfather in Meeting the Lord in the … Continue reading
Vibrant asked us to write about why we were given our user names. We were to write less than 50 words I did that on his blog, but decided to get a bit nostalgic and wrote “what might have been” … Continue reading
I’m starting my Three Quote Challenge with a well known quote from the Bible, I Cor. 13:4. “Charity suffereth long, and is kind . . .” by relating an incident from Pete and Amy. Amy had a skillet . . … Continue reading