His fatheras death prompted him to preserve his family memories for his descendents, but the writing quickly grew into a life essay on farm life, Southern cooking, dogs, small-town life in the 1950s, and the demise of our current culture. The book is written in the authoras voice and evokes feelings of Sams, Grizzard, and Rooney. He believes our culture is being slowly destroyed from within by small dogs, cats, bad barbecue, kudzu, fat-free ice cream, cell phones, e-mail, the Internet, childproof lids, hard plastic security packaging, iPods, video players in automobiles, kids not being raised right, rudeness, fast food, moms who donat cook, high school graduates who canat read, long-winded preachers, the disappearance of real Southern cooking, and the popularity of instant grits, Diet Pepsi, and unsweetened tea. His familyas history is a goldmine of great food, quirky characters, outlandish actions, and bodacious behavior; he has mined it shamelessly and offers no apologies.They mightas well try throwing a handful of wet toilet paperat you. The only thing ... He also told her she was welcometo use his extrawide leather beltif wegot toofar outof control again. ... leather belt, dragging thebelt buckle behindher. Uhohanbsp;...
|Title||:||Save Me A Place In Heaven|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2008-09-17|