Born the son of a sharecropper during the Great Depression, Douglas Wilson never knew how poor he was. Though his parents endured hard times, never once did he feel he lacked for anything. As a parent, he patterned his life after his own father, working hard and providing so that his children never knew the struggles to make ends meet. Now, as a grandfather of eight, he engages memories of his past through stories told to his grandchildren. As you walk memory lane with the author, may the memories that are your foundation come back and reflect fondness and joy for simpler times, times of being barefoot and poor and not knowing anything different.
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