Friday, October 15, 2010

A collection of humorous tales about growing up on a North Idaho farm during the '50s and '60s, and, yes, during the era where girdles still served as an essential for looking and acting like a "lady." 

This author found a way out of her teenage girdle conundrum.

Learn how, and plan to chuckle through other tales of disastrous cake demonstrations, great-horned cow humiliation and even left-handed catastrophes. 

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Story Titles

Sand Creek Phenomenon

Bless Me, Father, For I I Have Sinned, or The Mail Doesn't Always Go Through

The Great Pencil Mystery and Other Maternal Challenges

Instant Kids:  Did Harold Pass the Fatherhood Test?

The Used Car, Abused Car Blues

Sunday Gambles

Great Horned Cows

Foot Cover-Ups that Failed

Why Mother's Cupboard Went Bare

Pocket Girdles

The Nuts and Bolts of Junior High Choir

Kids, Dogs, and Cows, Etc.

They Took the Cake

Smoke, Smoke, Smoke That Cigarette

Good & Plentys Won't Getcha Love, but a Harmonica Will

Marianne's Left-Handed Approach to Life's Challenges

Batch Two

Good-bye to the North Idaho Farm

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