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Ivy Kingsolver
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Memory of my cousin, Big Jim

I remember working in tobacco at Uncle Bud's and being hot and tired almost ready to give up when on a few occasions Big Jim would drive up out of nowhere.  It didn't matter how dressed up he was, he would just take off the suit jacket & tie and roll up the sleeves on his white dress shirt and climb right up into the barn with us and start helping hang tobacco.  I was sure glad to see him because I could almost stand up straight and still get the sticks of tobacco that he would hand up to me.  The good part of that was it was a lot less work for me and a whole lot easier too.  However if there was any down side it would be when the rail would start popping & cracking and we would have to stop long enough to tie or support the rail because of his size.  He, as far as I know, never took any pay for his hard labor.  Just seemed to enjoy his time to visit with us while we worked. 

I would like to thank Jim for the much needed help in the tobacco days and the memores that I have of those days.

I would also like to remind everyone of the years of service he gave to his country. We were blessed to be part of his family.

 

 

Posted by David Garrison
Thursday March 22, 2018 at 8:11 pm
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