Check out this post by Guest Writer Linda Bethea on Sally Cronin’s blog.
Time to catch up with Linda’s family adventures… and having arrived safely in Houston on the back of a flat bed truck… time to get settled in. Also an opportunity to meet the neighbours… not all as welcoming as would be hoped.
Houston Fire Ants and Murderers by Linda Bethea
Grandma slipped out the back door with a laundry basket as I awoke. Naturally, I followed. Though I was only five, I already knew she was short It took her several tries to heave yesterday’s dusty quilts over the clothesline.
She sputtered with frustration as she whacked them with a broom. Red dust flew “I didn’t put all this work in my quilts just to have ‘em pitched up on the back of that beat up old truck!”
I left her to her business to investigate a large conical mound just outside the back door. It looked so appealing, I…
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