Memoirs of the Good Ole Days provides a look back to the turn of the twentieth century in southern Indiana, when life was centered around family, faith, and the farm. Each member of the family had a part in the daily chores of life. Milking cows, baking bread, churning butter, and threshing wheat are described in wonderful detail. Life was good, work was rewarding, and family mattered. You will enjoy reading this great memoir!