(no entry) We know she is spending time with family in El Paso and preparing for the move to Roswell for her second teaching job.
What’s ahead for this working gal in the Wild West – stay tuned to find out why Ty-Ty scolds her after receiving flowers from Elizabeth following an operation.
But here’s a look at what was happening in the news 80-years-ago-today.
While Elizabeth is on hiatus, I have invited guest writers. This poem is one from her daughter-in-law Dixie Carsey. Who has published her own book of poetry. It describes the first time she met her future in-laws.
Meeting these two
would change the way
I look at family
even to this day
They were both teachers
but who would guess
that I’d be their number one pupil
and I hope I passed the test.
Their years of love and giving
would be gifts that I’d unwrap
and allow me to grow with my own children
with nothing expected back
I met these two individuals
for the first time you see
and it changed the way I saw the world
and even a part of me.
I wanted more of these genuine folks
but amiss I had to head back.
Lucky me I soon married their son
and knew a family I’d never lack.