It's a quiet night in Alabama at my house.
The boy is "'Absorbed in Robinson Crusoe."
Jesus blesses the little children. God has
always been a very present help in time of trouble.
My friend Dean gave me the small dolls.
A bit of green for a blue buggy.
Montgomery County 1843 survivor.
The pitcher is Blossom by F. Morley and Company.
I bought a blue/mustard rug last week.
Do you like old pottery?
Some wooden hat stands.
A second rocking horse. A key to tighten rope beds is in the dough box.
The flag is by Ann Rae.
The back room is a mess again.
Next project ... blue curtains.
A peaceful night look.
The downstairs girls are doing fine.
My great grandfather and his nurse. She is on the plantation inventory in 1857 with husband Charles. Her name was Pleasant. She and Charles and another man named Skinner were willed to my great great great grandfather's first wife by the wife's father, Thomas Welch of Dallas County, Alabama who died in 1832. She and Charles lived to be free and are listed as husband and wife on the 1870 census.