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.
Developing a mammoth rationing program by the government soon got underway in our county.
Today, living through World War II is a vague memory for many of us. While some memories fade, I have never forgotten how if affected all of us as we did our best to adjust to the times.