My one and only tomato in my Topsy Turvy
This is popping up in my brom garden and I can only assume it is a brome
And an even younger - he is the young man to the far right standing in the back row.
This photo is of Henry Newton Gillihan's parents so they are my great, great grandparents William Riley Gillihan Jr. (1854 - 1937) and Ava Sophia Thompson (1856 - 1930).
A little younger shot of William Riley Gillihan Jr. He's on the right.
Switching from grandma's Gillihan side to her Brewer side.
Grandma's mother (my great grandmother) Icie Brewer is the second girl from the right standing (behind the little boy in chair). Her father, my great great grandfather is the fellow in third chair from left with leg crossed. His name is Argyle Homer Brewer (1847 - 1903).
So, these are the men to whom I owe my existance. They also passed values down from generation to generation that are now a part of me. Funny, from you would think I would be a vegtable gardener with all these farmers in my blood!
First, a strawberry & cream frappucino
Oh, I did do a little writing. I have so many characters in my story now that I had to create a spreadsheet with names, occupations, story lines, etc. I wonder if this is how real writers do it?
Jerry and I spent yesterday north of our area - specifically, Inverness. Just a thought that perhaps we might enjoy an after-retirement home...