Historic Building associated with the early Copper mines of the Keweenaw Peninsula, Michigan.
Barbara, This is Really nice, to pay tribute in this way to the rural people who are the real backbone of this country, or any country, real people, living real lives.
What the years might say...
Teresa -- I do believe that "real" folks are the backbone of this country. Their stories are engrossing and spellbinding. You are so kind to leave such a nice comment -- barbara
Birdman -- Yes, what the years might say is so true with living a long life. -- barbara
This brought tears to my eyes as it reminded me so much of my Aunt Lillian. She was the church lady at Macedonia Baptist Church of Etoile, TX (a tiny crossroads in the piney woods of east Texas)for many, many years. She left this world at age 100 several years ago.
Florence -- I only met Martha once and that was at the rummage sale. She was perky, social, wise, and kind. If we stop and talk to the older folks we meet we can enrich ourselves. I bet your Aunt Lillian was like Martha. I would imagine most of us have a favorite older relative or two in our memories. Thanks -- barbara
A perfect representation of a lovely lady in central KY. Wonderful image and I adore the expression on her face.
Great photograph! Great words. Thanks for sharing them.
I love folks who share plants -- and I try to do it too. Love the picture!
Planters and hens and chicks make a great mix. Dianne
Dianne -- Also, planters, hens and chicks and a lovely lady make a great mix. Thanks for the comment -- barbara
Michelle -- Yes, a true woman of KY. And, a warm and sharing person to boot. Thanks for the comment -- barbara
NCmountainwoman -- thanks for the nice comment -- faces always interest me. -- barbara
Vicki -- I have always admired your plants in your posts. Nice that you share them -- barbara