Gladys McCullough Alexander:
Looking Back at the Long Ago


Home

Memories on Parade

Meet the Family

A Town is Born

The Growing McCullough Family

A Church Becomes a Reality

A Closing Word

The Man Called Guelcksie

A is for Arthur

The Coffin House

Poet and Philosopher -- Aged Seven

The Two Room School House

Open the Windows and Open the Doors

Sixteen Girls in White

Four Girls and Five Boys

The Poet in Hot Water

Windows Open for Edith

The Great Decision

Bo Peep

Epilogue

Notes

A CLOSING WORD

Life in Alicia stored many bright memories with me - more than this composition could hold. They cover everything from childhood joys of crawfishing, calling the cows, ice cream socials, when our spacious lawn was strung with paper Japanese lanterns, to the unforgettable beauty of black passenger trains that passed through the town at night, the chain of lighted windows moving like jewels through the darkness.

I am an old woman. I recall with deep satisfaction the events, the people that have shaped my life. One sister and the widows of two brothers remain from all that big family. They join me in all good wishes for blessings to attend the present Alicia Baptist Church as years go by.

"I will not be afraid of tomorrow, or I have seen yesterday and I love today."


Previous Next
Comments and Questions may be emailed to Webmouse Cyberspace Publications

Copyright 2011 Ellen Wilds, all rights reserved. Redistribution and/or reuse terms of license. Disclaimer for this document: "Gladys McCullough Alexander: Looking Back At The Long Ago is published here with the permission of Ellen S. Wilds and transcribed by her, December 1999. The materials published here are presented "as is", without warranty of any kind to the extent permitted by applicable law, and without any promise of validity and/or accuracy."