Mama's Homemade Love: A Southern Woman Leaves a Legacy

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Promise Press, 1999 - Religion - 223 pages
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Mama's life, told in twenty-five vignettes by her daughter Barbara Sims, quickly unfolds as Mama creates exquisite handiwork, cooks blue ribbon recipes, and tends her flower and vegetable garden. While quietly displaying a deep and abiding love for God, family, friends, and her Sunday school class, Mama comes to represent all mothers who leave a legacy of simple living and loving service. You'll laugh and cry as you experience Mama's Homemade Love. Includes many of Mama's delicious recipes, including Coconut Pie and Crab Gumbo.

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About the author (1999)

Sims was a nurse & counselor for twenty-five years, she now devotes her time to writing and to her speaking ministry, "Celebrate!" She lives in Mobile, Alabama with her husband and is the proud mother of two sons and grandmother to three grandchildren.

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