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"My father did all the electrical work. Except the things he couldn't do, and then he called the electrician." -Jane Rybus
"My father did all the electrical work. Except the things he couldn't do, and then he called the electrician." -Jane Rybus
"When we got married, we'd go to the department store and pick our silver pattern." -Jane Rybus
"When we got married, we'd go to the department store and pick our silver pattern." -Jane Rybus
"Oh! That's baby Mary in the corner. And Faye in the middle." -Jane Rybus
"Oh! That's baby Mary in the corner. And Faye in the middle." -Jane Rybus
"I never shined a shoe in my life!" -Jane Rybus
"I never shined a shoe in my life!" -Jane Rybus
"None of those flashlights work. I got so sick of flashlights that didn't work, one year for Christmas I gave everyone wind-up flashlights." -Jane Rybus
"None of those flashlights work. I got so sick of flashlights that didn't work, one year for Christmas I gave everyone wind-up flashlights." -Jane Rybus
"I've always been interested in rocks. I like speculating about how they got to be how they are." -Jane Rybus
"I've always been interested in rocks. I like speculating about how they got to be how they are." -Jane Rybus
"Right now doesn't last forever!"  -Jane Rybus
"Right now doesn't last forever!" -Jane Rybus
"My family loved to picnic. My mother could pack a picnic in a half hour!" -Jane Rybus
"My family loved to picnic. My mother could pack a picnic in a half hour!" -Jane Rybus
"Dr. Clancy lived next door, so we'd always just walk over when we needed something. Once, when I was 12 or 14, I stepped on a nail in the cowshed and I hobbled over and he fixed me up!" -Jane Rybus
"Dr. Clancy lived next door, so we'd always just walk over when we needed something. Once, when I was 12 or 14, I stepped on a nail in the cowshed and I hobbled over and he fixed me up!" -Jane Rybus
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"My mother collected Montana literature. That's why there are so many books about cowboys. And, we used to live on a ranch!" -Jane Rybus
"My mother collected Montana literature. That's why there are so many books about cowboys. And, we used to live on a ranch!" -Jane Rybus
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"I don't need to cook anymore. I need to eat, but I don't need to cook!" -Jane Rybus
"I don't need to cook anymore. I need to eat, but I don't need to cook!" -Jane Rybus
"Cooking was one of the things I liked best about being a housewife. It's kind of creative. When I was younger, I had visions of being a famous writer. Then I got more realistic." -Jane Rybus
"Cooking was one of the things I liked best about being a housewife. It's kind of creative. When I was younger, I had visions of being a famous writer. Then I got more realistic." -Jane Rybus
MovingJane-Text.jpg
"My father did all the electrical work. Except the things he couldn't do, and then he called the electrician." -Jane Rybus
"When we got married, we'd go to the department store and pick our silver pattern." -Jane Rybus
"Oh! That's baby Mary in the corner. And Faye in the middle." -Jane Rybus
"I never shined a shoe in my life!" -Jane Rybus
"None of those flashlights work. I got so sick of flashlights that didn't work, one year for Christmas I gave everyone wind-up flashlights." -Jane Rybus
"I've always been interested in rocks. I like speculating about how they got to be how they are." -Jane Rybus
"Right now doesn't last forever!"  -Jane Rybus
"My family loved to picnic. My mother could pack a picnic in a half hour!" -Jane Rybus
"Dr. Clancy lived next door, so we'd always just walk over when we needed something. Once, when I was 12 or 14, I stepped on a nail in the cowshed and I hobbled over and he fixed me up!" -Jane Rybus
GRybus-MovingJane-8182.jpg
"My mother collected Montana literature. That's why there are so many books about cowboys. And, we used to live on a ranch!" -Jane Rybus
GRybus-MovingJane-8224.jpg
"I don't need to cook anymore. I need to eat, but I don't need to cook!" -Jane Rybus
"Cooking was one of the things I liked best about being a housewife. It's kind of creative. When I was younger, I had visions of being a famous writer. Then I got more realistic." -Jane Rybus
"My father did all the electrical work. Except the things he couldn't do, and then he called the electrician." -Jane Rybus
"When we got married, we'd go to the department store and pick our silver pattern." -Jane Rybus
"Oh! That's baby Mary in the corner. And Faye in the middle." -Jane Rybus
"I never shined a shoe in my life!" -Jane Rybus
"None of those flashlights work. I got so sick of flashlights that didn't work, one year for Christmas I gave everyone wind-up flashlights." -Jane Rybus
"I've always been interested in rocks. I like speculating about how they got to be how they are." -Jane Rybus
"Right now doesn't last forever!" -Jane Rybus
"My family loved to picnic. My mother could pack a picnic in a half hour!" -Jane Rybus
"Dr. Clancy lived next door, so we'd always just walk over when we needed something. Once, when I was 12 or 14, I stepped on a nail in the cowshed and I hobbled over and he fixed me up!" -Jane Rybus
"My mother collected Montana literature. That's why there are so many books about cowboys. And, we used to live on a ranch!" -Jane Rybus
"I don't need to cook anymore. I need to eat, but I don't need to cook!" -Jane Rybus
"Cooking was one of the things I liked best about being a housewife. It's kind of creative. When I was younger, I had visions of being a famous writer. Then I got more realistic." -Jane Rybus
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