Me & Miss Henrietta Book
The best of friends are often found in the most unexpected places. Lillian and Miss Henrietta become friends despite their rock-throwing, bone-chilling introduction. Even though Miss Henrietta doesn’t like children and Lil isn’t too sure about meeting the old woman, their lives become entwined in their Ozarks backwoods adventures. Whether dealing with dreadful Aunt Bertha or dancing for tips at the Farmers Market, their friendship deepens and expands their way of looking at life. Together they make sense of the world they are faced with and find a sense of kinship neither anticipated.
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About That Song …
About That Song: “The Glory”
If you’ve ever dreamed of or imagined being famous you probably figured out that it’s good to be careful what you wish for.
About That Song: “Ole Baltimore”
If you can tell a joke or relate a story to a friend, you can write a song. “Ole Baltimore” tells the story of a person looking for a song they heard long ago… and finding it.
About That Song: “Sally”
I’d like to believe that learning what love is doesn’t always come with experiencing what it is not.
Sun Rising by Crow Johnson Evans with P J Johnson