Online journal of West Virginia Storyteller Granny Sue.
I'd say your financials are in good shape. Good examples for others.I miss all those things from my parents' farm.
Hello Granny Sue,I am visiting you after your visit to my blog and I have to say I am very impressed! I loved this post, incidently, and this is the way I hope to live life soon. I think it's wonderful that you moved to the mountains to get back to "basics." I also enjoyed your poem The Departed. I write, but I haven't posted much of anything on my blog. I did discover Dead Mule School of Southern Literature (there's a link on my blog) and have decided to post some things there. Thanks for visiting my blog and commenting! I would like to add you to my list!
Good saving! That's a mighty good looking cellar you have.
Very nice, now if only the government could take notes. I wish we could have a cellar, but we live on a flat lot. Can you believe it, I live in West Virginia and I live on a flat lot. Oh well..
I like these farm assets [picture of donkey].
Welcome, tile lady. you have a nice blog too--I had to visit when I noticed you on many of the blogs I read. And rhea--very funny, really! thank you for the laugh. The only assets on my place are the human kind, no donkeys around.
Thanks for stopping in my blog and saying hello. I love this post, what a hoot!
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