Saturday, December 5, 2020
Basket of apples

Judith Sutherland continues her story from last week about Adele Crockett and the orchard she was left in 1932 amid the Great Depression.

Judith Sutherland recalls the way her father explained how farmers struggled during the Great Depression in the United States.
ohio farm

Judith Sutherland details how her small town has been impacted by COVID-19.

Judith Sutherland recalls the horse her daughter loved during her childhood, as she watches her grandson get used to riding Buddy, the new pony.
Little girl

Judith Sutherland recalls some stories about tractors she told to entertain her grandson.
library books

Judith Sutherland shares facts about Pulitzer-prize winning author Annie Dillard's childhood and reminds us with a good book anything is still possible.

Judith Sutherland reminds us that farming continues to be one of the most dangerous occupations and details why farmers deserve respect.

Judith Sutherland reflects on the summers of her youth, recalling the summer her cousins moved back to Ohio.
cherry tree

Judith Sutherland remembers her oldest dog, Channing, who passed away just four days shy of turning 14.
Canada geese

On the day of Judith Sutherland's father's funeral, she and two family friends witnessed a spectacle that really was a testament to her father's values.