It was very, very cold the first time I woke up as a school girl and found the ground covered with a five or six-inch snow.
In my first year of school at Hix, we all attended barefoot. We had gone barefoot all summer, and it was natural for country kids not be concerned about shoes.
By 1944, rationing had become truly a way of life. I’m sure that the adults’ wishes for rationing to end were more reasonable than children’s wishes.
When rationing began in earnest, I didn’t really understand all that was being said or why.
Having business down in Texas, lunch time had passed, and dining options were limited in the little community I was driving through.