The artist’s view of the proposed cotton mill memorial as shown in last week’s News and Press caused my heart to leap for joy and awakened a lot of sleeping memories.
Every community needs a Harold Branham. In a time when things old and quaint fall to modern ways, it’s good to have someone with heart, talent, and memories preserve the past. That would be my friend, Harold Branham, a true folk artist. I first heard of Harold from Michele Jackson, the editor of the Blythewood Leader, back in 2008. “There’s a gentleman who really likes your stories on the South. His name is Harold Branham and he wants...
There was a time when mothers would save their baby’s first little shoes to be bronzed and used on picture frames.
I have written about my old friend before, more than once, as some of my readers could agree.
Vintage petunias. I had forgotten them, those flowers grandma loved.