HERE COMES THAT KID AGAIN: AUNT RUTH'S CHAUFFEUR

Saturday, January 28, 2012

AUNT RUTH'S CHAUFFEUR

This is the sixteenth of a series of stories about my childhood during WWII. Looking back it was an unusual childhood not only because of the war but the whole environment. In the farming community where I lived the fewest number of children in a household was four except ours I was it. I had neither sibling to talk with, nor playmates to any extent except in school. I was with adults all the time. A child learns habits, language whatever from whomever they are with. I and all the other children... Sign in to see full entry.

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