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Today will conclude the front porches. If I find

more I will share. I hope you have enjoyed.

This weekend I along with my Mom and Dad, 

husband and possibly my

Aunt and my brother are returning to our old 

farm homestead where I grew up. Some

of the pictures today - take me back to those days and 

sooo many memories of the farm life. The farm house

has been remodeled and has changed a lot, but the

barn and some of the surroundings are still there,

just as they were many years ago. 

Always a huge garden with everything in it. I recall my

mother taking the salt shaker and going out and picking

tomatoes and eating them right there in the garden.

I used to ride my bike to a nearby home to pick strawberries 

and if I remember right, I got 10 cents a quart. I

thought I was rich.

We always had a collie dog on the farm.

 Each one was named "Queenie"

The days of taking Dad lunch in the field and a much needed drink I do

recall as if it were just yesterday. He was always very tan - and always 

so hot in the fields working.


The many cats and kittens I had for pets. They kept the mice population down. Our

cows always seemed so very big to me and fat. I loved milking time. 

So did the cats ...

All the trees are so huge now, it will seem strange being

under them again where I used to play for hours.

Thanks for walking down my childhood

memory lane with me today ....

~ Good Times ~


1 cup creamy peanut butter 
1/2 cup finely ground graham cracker crumbs 
1 cup powdered sugar 
1 cup chocolate chips 

Combine peanut butter, graham cracker crumbs, and 
confectioners' sugar in a bowl or a food processor until smooth. 
It starts out really crumbly, but keep at it. Use your hands and 
squish it like play dough. It takes quite a while, but it's fun. 

Line an 8-inch square pan with foil, with ends of foil extending 
over sides. Press peanut butter mixture into pan evenly. Microwave 
chocolate chips on high for 1 minute; stir. Microwave 15 to 30 seconds 
or until chocolate is melted; stir until smooth. Spread over peanut butter layer. 

Refrigerate 2 hours. Use foil handles to lift

 bars from pan before cutting to serve.



Get your own Digital Clock

Wow, this week seem to just fly by! Hope you all had a good one.

I have been collecting some UTubes to share soon. The response

was sure in favor of them, so I will share what I find and receive.

Please watch for them soon.

Thank you for joining me each day and if you are new here, I welcome you

and hope you will return. Be safe, have a good day and great weekend.

Always be aware of everything and everyone around you.

Please join me on Monday. 

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