If you’ve read my earlier articles, you know that I am indeed a country girl at heart, though I’ve lived in the city for the most part of my life.My families both maternal and paternal were farmer immigrants. My father’s family goes way back to the 1600’s in Massachusetts. His earliest progenitor was a very successful farmer and a bricklayer,… Read more →
This is the home I spent most of my formative years in. My Grandma Ames lived there with my Aunt Donna, my Uncles and Great Grandfather Motimer Managan. The home was built by Mortimer’s wealthy brother in New Orleans, founder and co-owner of Krause Managan Lumber Co. in New Orleans…still in existence today as K and M Lumber.(This is another… Read more →
I really hadn’t had an affinity for planting flowers and enjoyed coaxing them into displaying their magnificence in a vast array of configurations until my latter years, but I believe it’s because of my proximity to growing things as this little farm girl in good ol’ Pa. It is my purpose in this writing to share as much of my life then and now ,as much for myself as for anyone who might enjoy reading it.
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