Amy Sinclair grew up in a small town nestled between the hills and the river. Being born in 1916, her life was much different from children today. Her first home had no electricity, no hot water, and no inside bathroom. How did children play in the early 1920s? What was school like? What kind of clothes did they wear? What was it like riding in some of the very first cars that were ever made? In this book, Amy will take you on a journey into the past. You may discover that even though it is almost a century later, some things never change. Amy Sinclair has dedicated her life to serving the Lord in many areas. She is a mother, grandmother, and retired occupational therapist. She has been active in church work since she was a child, serving as a Sunday School teacher, pianist, organist, and many other church ministries. Her interests are volunteering at a local hospital, gardening, genealogy, having time with her family, and reading. Just as she loved reading books as a child, she still reads a complete novel every day.When this happened, Prince and I got out of the car and stood to the side of the road. Mother steered the car, ... to deal with, too. On muddy, dirt roads, it was easy to get a flat tire. ... He always carried a repair kit to patch the tire. When he hadanbsp;...
|Title||:||Dirt Roads and High Topped Shoes|
|Publisher||:||Xulon Press - 2009-04-01|