My dad and Aunt Mae, who I am allegedly named after
1974, the evil miniskirt, when I was President of Women Students. At least I didn’t have big hait
I’m feeling old. This was from my ordination in 2000. The kiddos are grown and on their own now.
The backyard of my childhood home on rainy day. That’s my playhouse down at the bottom of the garden.
This recipe is from the old Los Angeles dept store Bullock’s that had the best tea rooms back when ladies lunched when they shopped.
2 cups milk
2 cups flour
3/4 tsp salt
6 tbsp of butter or margarine
Beat in milk until blended
Combine flour and salt mixture to milk and eggs and blend.
Fill 8 well-greased custard cups.
Place on baking sheet and bake at 400° degrees for one hour.
Note: if using new custard cups, season to prevent sticking. Cups should be placed in hot oven 30 minutes. Remove old grease and re-grease cups before using.
Laura Janesdaughter’s birthday party circa 1999
My brother and I up in Solvang right after my eye surgery. I wasn’t allowed out in bright sunlight without those lovely glasses and mom thought traveling meant having to wear a dress.