"We didn't have no money for nothing, money to do things. But we're still here to talk about it. I mean, we didn't die from starvation or anything. But I had the biggest darn garden you ever did lay your eyes on during those times, cause we could water through our water tank there. We had a, what we call a milk house, and there was a small cement tank in there that we would run the water through there. We'd put our milk and stuff in there, you know. Out onto the garden. And I tell you, I had a garden like you wouldn't believe. We had everything. I remember, we even had a strawberry patch. And I remember one time we had, oh, we had potatoes, always raised potatoes."