Precious writings by mom…

This is a page of my mom’s diary, Tues. Sept. 5, 1950.  My oldest brother Ron, was five years old, and going to the rural school for his very first day.  Towards the bottom you can see that it says, “We had to laugh because Johnnie (my next younger brother) cried about Ron going”.  So precious! She took “snaps”, because her first child went to school!  Oh the days of old!  My mom wrote in her diary every day for 30 or more years.  She was such a busy farmer’s wife and mother and would write every night no matter how late it got, or how tired she was.  They are so treasured now.

About Myrna Folkert

Myrna is an author who desires to use her gifts to glorify God. She's created this blog to tell stories of her childhood, musings about life, motherless daughters, grief and loss, faith in God, her family history, and facts about the Long QT syndrome. She also has a hearing condition called Tinnitus. Doing interviews with motherless daughters like herself are of great interest. Join in discussions by following this blog and commenting. She would love to hear your stories about life. Myrna is a Christ follower, wife, mother, sister, friend, aunt, and cousin. She was an elementary school teacher for 27 years; now works in her church, and a few other volunteer activities such as Hospice doing "Life Reviews" and Vigils. Myrna loves to read, write, listen to music, go to concerts, and take pictures. Her favorite pastime is boating with her husband near the beautiful shores of West Michigan.
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One Response to Precious writings by mom…

  1. This is so cool. What a precious memory!

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