Monday, January 2, 2012
OK, I hope you enjoyed our travels through Africa over the last two weeks, but we are back home now, so to get back into the swing of things I figure it is a good time to have "Texas" week. We will be spending the week looking at a bygone era of the Great State of Texas.
This picture is from 1913, and shows a farmstead near Corsicana, Texas. The family is a sharecropping family growing cotton. In 1913, the family produced 20 bales of cotton, and everyone in the family worked to make it happen.
It is great to be home, and in the next few weeks, I hope to give you more updates on the things I learned in Africa. Right now, I still trying to digest it all.