When I was a Beanus Likes Beanz Shirt child, our social life revolved around the church. Sunday is a Divine day and is largely spent in the church. Wednesday nights and Friday nights are also church times. I remember that we stopped attending church on Friday night when the church stopped performing covered meals and went to charge each person for a church-cooked meal. (Mom always takes delicious yeast rolls and a large pot of beans for covered meals. We always help clean up the kitchen and dining area after covered meals.)
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The moment my memories go back to Beanus Likes Beanz Shirt when I was in elementary school. Dad was at the hospital earlier that year. Things were tight. I know Christmas will be slender again. I have to go back to the hospital for another surgery. I worked in the school cafeteria to find my sister and my lunch, what else could a 9-year-old child do? We made gifts for each other and the kids, and we made decorations for our trees. No shopping trips were involved.
I was a good, quiet child, introverted. I knew Mom and Dad had a hard time. They never say anything, but I just know. We had food, simple food, from our garden. Mom canned all the vegetables she could. Most of our meals are beans and bread and some eggs and milk from the Beanus Likes Beanz Shirt grandfather farm. I do not know what happened that year. I guess the church brought us the best Christmas kids together. I even remember what we received.
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There are new warm clothes, more than a toy, fruit, candy and some purchased canned food boxes and staples. Mom and dad never said how abundant Christmas came to our house. I knew it was something they did. We always have a humble, simple Christmas. You know, a toy for each child, an apple or an orange for Beanus Likes Beanz Shirt each of us, a candy box for the whole family. When I reviewed my memories, I didn’t think Mom and Dad had ever opened any gifts for me.
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