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It Has Been A Rough Year

I am adding this additional chapter to my introduction, because after I initially wrote the introduction, it was very difficult to come back to it and try to make sense of all that I have experienced through the various stages of my life and the trials that I have endured or overcome.  I wish ...


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The Birth of Charles Leonard Wiggins

The story has already been written for awhile on my blog "From the heart of Praise, Prayer and Perseverance. 0; Here is a link to that posting, Below are the pictures of the blessed event.   http://fromthehea rt-dotwigg.blogsp ot.com/2008/03/an other-2-prayer-re quest-answered.ht ml


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Clara Cannucciari

1915 Finger Lakes region, NY

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from the website:

www.greatdepressioncooking.com/Depression_Cooking/About.html


Growing up during the Great Depression

Clara hopes that none of us ever have to experience what she did during the depression.


Over the years Clara has imparted her Great Depression experiences to her grandchildren as she cooked meals from the era. The meals were simple and delicious, the stories were a mixture of misfortune and comedy, and in the end Clara kept us both entertained and stuffed to the gills.


The magic of Clara is that she can turn lemons into lemonade and potatoes into just about everything else. She had a childhood that most of us can’t imagine, but she was able to make the best of it and turn those trials into lessons we can all learn from.

Name
Clara Cannucciari

Story of My Life ID
ClaraCannucciari


Story URL
www.storyofmylife.com/ClaraCan nucciari

Born
1915

City of Birth
Chicago, IL

Home Town
Chicago, IL

Gender
Female

City (most recent)
Finger Lakes region, NY

Occupation
Cook, Reconissta Foodie

Marital Status
Married

Children
1
Carl

Additional Facts
www.greatdepressioncookin g.com