Now in her 80s, Louise Bicks clearly remembers the more humble way she and her family lived on their small farm. One of Louise's favorite stories is about the blood transfusion given to her mother by a local doc. The doctor drained blood out of her father's arm into a pitcher, then got the blood into the arm of Louise's mother. Also on the show: Jeanne moved to a rundown neighborhood and began planting gardens in the parkways between the sidewalks and the streets. Then, another edition of Ahmed's Diary. And finally, a woman remembers being bullied by Girl Scouts.