Brenda Backhouse was born on a farm in 1930 where she was fortunate to have a happy childhood, going to the local high school until she was 17 years old. Brenda was a rebel, which has continued all of her life. She found it very difficult to obey rules and regulations, although she was a teacher for forty-odd years. She was married, had five children and has always loved living on the edge.
Memoirs of a Country Girl
In this charring, often moving story, the author gives a very explicit snapshot account of her everyday life, spanning the ’30s and ’40s. Coming from a large family and living on a farm in the country, there was always a crisis and work to be done which may not be welcomed, but you just got on w...