If the white mare, Lady, could talk would she boast or blush to have been the driving force that created this family of nine daughters and one son on a farm southeast of Will and Charlie Mayo's Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota? These fun stories tell how Lady's horse sense adapted well as an equine nanny to help this family manage without electricity or indoor plumbing as they cultivated barley, corn, music and art during the 1920's Prohibition and 1930's Depression. World War II moved them to St. Paul where they learned to do without nylons and elastic.
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About the Author
Ann grew up on a Minnesota farm. She was an airline radio operator at NWA, married and has a daughter, Jane. She earned a BA in journalism at California State University Long Beach, was an editor on LWML Quarterly,co-authored the book KID BYTES, published her children's book LUNCH AT THE ZOO and edited/published the Bel-Air Country's Club CHIPS newsletter.