Saturday, October 8, 2011

By Any Means Necessary! Part 18

The Christmas Season of 1959 in Crackling was coming to a close ,1960 was slowly being ushered in.
For Sampson it will be a year of transformation,the cobwebs have slowly dissipated from his mind,his determination was to take back his role as the man of the house.
This has been a burning issue for him,the embarrassment of having to beg,borrow and steal to make things work in the home was destroying his spirit.
Come spring Sampson was determine to again plant the forty aces of tobacco that had always graced the family land.
But he also knew he would need a farmers loan to purchase the equipment and materials for planting season.
And the only place he knew where he could get that kind of money was the Crackling Saving and Loan.
                                                            Bigmac
                                                  

3 comments:

Lovebabz said...

This is an intriguing story. Keep going.

calmcoach said...

That loan sounds like it could be a powder keg of prejudices and politics. What happens next Big Mac?

Reggie said...

Still going huh?!?