By Luna Kellie
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Extra info for A prairie populist: the memoirs of Luna Kellie
Yes" said John "they are starting to light. What can we do, what can we save? Let us go to the garden and get what we can. " And off he ran for [a] box or sack to gather something in. I was slower as I did not see the need to gather green and perishable garden stuff until something was destroying it but by the time I could get out the things were already gray with locusts and the air full of more coming down. They lit on me my head my dress my hands and no place to put my feet except as they hopped up probably onto me.
I was not very willing but she was so taken with the fine pieces and I finally let her take them, she assuring me her mother and sisters would help her and I would soon have my quilt finished. Well she got married and I did not like to remind her of the quilt but finally at church I noticed her baby wrapped in a small quilt I knew I had pieced myself. So she promised again and again to bring the pieces to church when I could get them but years ran on and she did not do so and at last I went to her house for them.
No one was dressed up, only all the dresses were clean and neat, and no one seemed to mind how anyone was dressed. The noon hour was quite informal. Aunt Hattie and her Page 20 friend and I spread our dinner on top of some desks and all the desks were occupied in the same way. I remember Pa ran around the room most of the time eating and jollying everyone and showing them his grandson and if they thought there ever was another as nice they better not let him know it. Also he called or brought up some men and boys who did not seem to have women folks there and insisted on feeding them while he sampled other people's cooking.
A prairie populist: the memoirs of Luna Kellie by Luna Kellie