Yesterday we did a field trip to Ferrum College. We had so much fun and I have so many pictures that it will take me several days to show you all them. The first thing we came to when we got there was this music museum. It had the history of the dulcimer. Very interesting.
Guess what this is? A sewing machine! All I can say is, we’ve come a long way, ladies.
Several places were demonstrating how corn was ground into meal. This one however gave away free samples.
I think I’ll grind ours a little finer in my grinder. The corn we grind for corn meal is white so this will be a little different.
Who remembers these? Growing up, I would have loved to have one of these. Well, that all for today. I’ll post more pictures tomorrow. It’s almost time to leave for bible study. Enjoy your day and God bless.
We have a new car. Well, new to us. It is a 1991 Ford Taurus and seems to be in excellent condition. It gets really good gas mileage. We took it down to Jessica’s yesterday and got about 27 mpg. This sounds great to us as “ol Red” only gets about 8 mpg. Please don’t get me wrong, we are very thankful for ol Red. It is just not exactly a family vehicle. The girls and I used ol Red as our vehicle to ride into town for piano and other things. We have had to use the van (Hubby’s work vehicle) for work and leisure. Not a lot of fun. We had to unload all the tools when we were going somewhere, then reload them back when we got home. Times have been hard. These are choices you make in order to make ends meet. But now by the grace of God we have another car. Paid for-no payments. Thank you, Lord. Tonight’s menu at church is Ham loaf, deviled eggs, corn, green beans, cole slaw and corn bread. I am bringing the green beans (home canned) and the corn bread. I use my grinder and grind corn to make the corn meal. It is baking in the oven now and smells soooooo good. I also cut up some fresh strawberries from yesterday. We are having pound cake with strawberries and ice cream for dessert. It all sound delicious! It has been very windy here today. I wanted to work on my bible study outside but it was just too windy. The girls say God is blow drying the earth when the wind blows like this. I guess that’s as good a description as any. Smells like my cornbread is done. I better get it out of the oven. Take care and God bless.