A blog about things that I'm interested in and I'm interested in a lot of things (But the postcards took over).
This is so true and it's nice they made a post card out of it.My Dad used to tell us when he was small they used to go to the country and the women bore babes in the fields.After a little rest, they would get up and begin to work again.He said they were real tough women. Strong. They even joked when breast feeding and would ask the curous young lads like my Dad if they wanted any and they would all become bashful and run away.lolInnocence is precious :)
Can you imagine riding your donkey to work, watching your child and making sure the donkey was ok. I can't.
Hi Anji, I discovered your blog through the 'Next Blog' random button. It's really interesting, I find old postcards fascinating. There are lots avaiable in Boot Sales in the UK.I share your taste in music (from your profile). You may be interested in my latest post about Van Morrison. Bazza’s Blog ‘To Discover Ice’
Thanks for sharing this!!What a struggle those days were and yet, people were happier then.Donkey in PJ makes me smile! :)
I enjoyed following the link to the story about the donkey pajamas! Your postcard stories are so enjoyable!I follow you on ExposeYourBlog.
Amazing photos Anji!
A Lady's Life:Things are so different today. The island is mainly tourism and the houses are owned by the rich a famous, very different.Connie: That's why her husband is with her. I couldn't help wondering how many children fell out.Bazza: Thanks for your visit. Yes, postcards turn up everywhere!Lupie: The pyjamas protected the donkeys from mosquitoes. Thanks for visiting.DB: Every picture tells a story!Sue: Thanks! I put my favourites here.
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