Quick Thinking Edwin

Here is a great story about Edwin and Agnes told to me by them a few years ago. It was in 1932 and Agnes was pregnant with Mary Lou. They decided to go fishing down in the Keys along with Edwin’s best friend, Ferrin Pinder. The railroad to Key West was still in existence. I don’t remember which Key they went to, but they all got out of the car [ . . . ]

Christmas Eve, 1917

This is one of my favorites! It was Christmas Eve in the year 1917. Aunt Lib was only three and a half months old and Uncle Edwin was seven. My parents had recently moved into their new home on NW 3rd Street in Homestead. My father worked for Dr. Tower at his drugstore on Krome Avenue and NW 2nd Street (finally destroyed by Hurricane Andrew in 1992). It had turned [ . . . ]