Entries by Evangeline T

MAINE MEMORIES: School days of old

by Evangeline T. Welcome to Maine Memories, little snippets of life from our home state. For this installment, I’m looking back at my early school days. Times definitely have changed, since then! I grew up in the small town of LaGrange, Maine. We had a general store, a post office, service station, and a railroad […]

MAINE MEMORIES: Cock a Doodle Do!

by Evangeline T. Hello and welcome to Maine Memories, little snippets of life from our home state. For this installment, I’m remembering when I raised chickens. At about age 12, each girl in a club I belonged to had to do a summer project. Being raised on a farm, I opted to raise bantam chickens. […]

MAINE MEMORIES: Feeding the pigs!

by Evangeline T. Hello and welcome to Maine Memories, little snippets of life from our home state. For this installment, I have a story about my dad as a youngster and one memorable day when he fed the pigs. He sure learned a lesson! I’d been born in my grandparents’ large farm house, and as […]

MAINE MEMORIES: The blue bike!

by Evangeline T. Hello and welcome to Maine Memories, little snippets of life from our home state. This issue, I have a story for you. Hope you enjoy it! In a small bicycle shop at the end of the mall, tucked away in a dark corner, was a very sad bike named Blue. He had […]

MAINE MEMORIES: Pets and how they affect our lives

by Evangeline T. Hello and welcome to Maine Memories, little snippets of life from our home state. This week, I have a story about pets and how they affect our lives, young and old. People love having pets. Dogs and cats are the most popular, but you’d be surprised at how diversified some people are, […]

MAINE MEMORIES: The Grocery Trip!

by Evangeline T. Hello and welcome to Maine Memories, little snippets of life from our home state. As a child, I lived in a small house located between two hills. One was called Cemetery Hill, since there was a cemetery at the beginning of it. The other was Freeze Hill, because families living there had […]