Every summer... shelling purple hull peas, .ice cold sweet tea, watermelons, wood floors, green linoleum dining table, well water, face powder.
She wore roll- up stockings to just below her knee, and always wore dresses until after my grandpa passed. Then she started wearing pants every now and then.
If a bad storm was coming, she would part the clouds with an ax put in the ground out in the garden to split the clouds and keep her home safe. (I never actually saw her do this, but was told she did.) She also had a hidey hole, but I did not like that place due to my deep seated fear of spiders, red wasps and snakes.
She had chickens and hogs and I imagine they did not have names, because they were breakfast, lunch and dinner. (I swear she is choking a chicken in this picture, but I can't really tell) My grandpa also had cattle.
She made homemade biscuits every day. The flour was kept in a bowl with a towel over it under the cabinet. She hollowed out the flour, poured milk into the hole, then rotated her hand around and around until a biscuit was formed. She then placed the biscuit in an old black pan, and patted it in the middle with the back of her fingers, the poured a bit of melted butter over that. Grease (lard) was involved, but I don't remember when she put it in)