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The story follows Mary as she grows up with her parents and siblings on 'the hill' in a small southern town where ...
The story follows Mary as she grows up with her parents and siblings on 'the hill' in a small southern town where things didn't change much, and it continues through a journey of survival during the Great Depression. My Memoirs chronicles her sixty-five-year marriage to Frank (Pete) Wray and of raising their family of three children. Mary passed away January 21, 2010.
Communicating a sincere appreciation of family, this memoir contains special words written by a special woman of wisdom. It provides a new direction, a new beginning, a sense of peace.
Posted March 15, 2012
What a most beautiful and heartwarming book! This is a real teardropper and one should enjoy it as it is certainly universal. I suggest it for any age group and one who wants a purpose in life for direction as it is healing. If this woman can write such beautiful and meaningful words at the age of 90, then why can't the younger generation provide such beauty?? Don't miss this one!!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.