A weekly-ish blog sharing my series of collages about growing up in the South during the 1950s.
Tuesday, February 21, 2012
Granddaddy owned a Jersey cow he named "Daisy" that produced milk so rich people drove from miles around to purchase her non-pasterized products. When Daisy died, she was replaced by another cow he named Daisy. Eventually, another replacement was named Daisy as well. I don't remember how many "Daisies" Granddaddy owned.