Episode Fourteen: Cotton Fields

In today’s episodes I tell the story of one of the South’s most graceful, humble and forgiving Grandmothers. Some people might say they are biased because it’s their own Grandma, but it’s true.

I hope you’ll enjoy this oral history full of facts and my memories of one of the strongest and sweetest women to ever walk to earth.

 

Make sure to head over to the website www.timewilltellpc.com to see the pictures!

 

If you have a story of a special loved one in your life, a food and family history story, DNA, or adoption story please contact me. You can reach me at jasonhall7594@gmail.com or on social media @timewilltellpc on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. I’d love to share your story!

 

Grandma

As I state in this episode of the podcast, my Grandmother was a very special woman. There are so many stories about her I could share and in the future I may share more, but for now these are the ones I  decided to share. Her life was not easy, yet she handled herself with such grace and humility that you would have never guessed what all she had gone through. I hope you enjoy this episode and I would love to share stories of your loved ones that you would like to share. Their stories need to be heard. 

As I promised here are some pictures of my Grandmother.

 

This is the picture my best friend David Peguero painted in honor of my grandmother

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