Saturday, September 8, 2012
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Sunday, July 17, 2011
Grandma Evans passed away when I was only nine years old and I never got to learn the "Art of Canning". I never got the chance to have her teach me because Cancer took over and she was not able to teach me.
Even though I never learned, I have never forgotten and have always wanted to learn. Today, there are only a hand full of women that I know who still practice the "Art of Canning". In this busy world we live in with computers, ipods and video games who has the time or the want to. For most, the thought is just too time consuming and why would we need too with all the stuff we need at the local supermarket just around every corner....
Recently, I have realized that we have lost our communication skills with others unless it is through FACEBOOK, TEXT MESSAGING or EMAILS. I for one thing that the ways of the "OLD TIMES" might not be such a bad thing. The memories I have from watching my grandma in the kitchen, going out and helping pick dinner from the garden and spending time helping her snap the peas or pick the tomatoes for her to can are the best memories I have.
Thanks to Canning Across America for reminding me of these memories and keeping the "Art of Canning" alive for future genrations to come.
Sunday, February 13, 2011
Sunday, December 26, 2010
Saturday, December 25, 2010
Saturday, December 18, 2010
Dustin Jacob Inge
Ft. Worth, TX
Included in this photo are Dustin's sibilings:
Paul Inge (holding Dustin), Jami Inge and Michael Cordell
The kids had went to Ft. Worth to spend the weekend with their Granny Cissy because she was putting up her 101 Dalmation Tree for the very first time. She had even bought special pj's for the older kids so they would match.
Destiny Elizabeth Trammel
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL....