sally jackson
My mother-in-law died this week after a short illness. Mrs J was one of the traditional farmers’ wives who have been portrayed in stories since Enid Blyton’s famous five went yomping around moors, stopping only to ask for milk from the local farmer. This stereotype was real, at least on our farm. She was brought up on a farm, one of two girls expected to help out with everything from tractor driving to egg collection, in addition to helping look […]
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