The story of Lottie O'Cadhain Davies, a plain person, told by her daughter, Betty Davies Randolph. Davies grew up in Kentucky in the early 1900's; married & moved to North Carolina. Randolph tells Davies story from being a child, an adult, and a bride.
The author writes about human complexity triumphing over ordinariness of daily existence. The story expresses dignity, pathos, as well as humor along the way.
A short, enjoyable biography.