Less We Forget..............

MidWestHorse Archive on October 9, 2008, 21:42

Or just don't know. My parents were products of The Great Depression. It stuck with them throughout their lives and was reflected in many ways for me growing up. The cheap dried up shoe leather round steak. Bizarre casseroles eaten at the dinner table. Canned veggies rather than fresh. Fresh was a treat and we got those from my Grandparent's garden. And that was the 1970's. They lived tightly because they grew up in The Great Depression and knew no other way. Don't get me wrong there were moments when they forgot themselves and indulged. We weren't dirt poor, but middle class.If you do not