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Victory Kitchen Podcast

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I've been a bit quiet on here for some time - mostly because I've been deep in research and editing and recording for my new podcast all about American WWII food rationing! I've been getting a lot of great feedback, which is really encouraging.

If you'd like to give a listen, head on over to my podcast host site, Anchor, where you can find a podcast platform that you prefer or just listen right on Anchor! Here's the link:

Victory Kitchen Podcast

The Diary of Mrs. X - Installment 8

Sorry it's been awhile. I've got all sorts of projects going on - a podcast launching in March all about wartime rationing and trying to get two books published this year! Busy busy!

Here is an extra long installment from the diary of Mrs. X.
Enjoy!



Monday, March 26, 1945

Family wash - It's amazing how much there is in spite of Bev doing her own (& Cheryl hers) on Saturday - and Connie's shirts still go to the laundry. We get it back in a week now - usually - sometimes it's 2 weeks. I keep about 20 shirts for him now. What a help not to have to do them. 
I was asked to speak to a Brownie troop today - Bracketts-Eager. - Connie had a "hook down" with his car this a.m. on the way to work. Got a company car this eve. 
Bev & Cheryl came home & cleaned closets & drawers while I was out. Cheryl has a little boy friend - John H. She is so excited - tells me all about him.

Wednesday, April 11, 1945

1st G.S. Horseback riding Lessons Saddles -

C. home at 9…