Bobo and the Bloomers(Part 5)

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Panties fallingDuring The Great Depression, people had to wear it out, use it up, or make do.  Inner tubes were a valuable commodity, used for everything from cutting into strips to use as elastic for clothes, making overshoes, to wrapping pipes.  They were the duct tape of the era.  One of the favorite stories about Cousin Bobo demonstrated his excellent taste and

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Footloose and Fancyfree (Part 4)

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Inez was good company, but didn’t worry much about germs. It kind of bothered Mother when she wiped the baby’s nose with the dish towel and then put it back in the dish pan. After that Mother told Inez not to bother with the dishes. She knew Inez was tired and needed a nap. Mother didn’t like it much when she let the twins run around without

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Tell Me a Story Radio Program Monday

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130-2pm EDT ~ Welcome to Tell Me a Story, today, Linda Swain Bethea! Those who follow her in the blogging world, can attest to the fact that she is a gifted storyteller. Everyone is hooked on her blog Nutsrok. http://www.nutsrok.wordpress.com Linda has recently published her first book, Everything Smells Just Like Poke Salad. This is actually a collaboration with her 88year old mother, Kathleen Holdaway Swain. There’s got to be a good story here and we’re sure to hear it, today on The Magic Happens Radio Network. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/themagichappens

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