Raised by an Angel
Raised By an Angel is a memoir about a most remarkable woman who was; a mother of six children, a wife, a daughter, a sister and an Angel. This woman lived her life in such a way that it has left an imprint on all those who knew her and witnessed her angelic-like qualities on a consistent basis. The stories we share in this little book were written to ensure our memories of her never fade, that we never forget the things she taught us and to pass on her legacy to her descendants. It is also to remind us of not only how special and unique our Mom was but also to remind us how special we are, for it is not every day you get to be raised by your very own ANGEL.
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In The Beginning Who Is This Angel Named Ogelee
Number One Child The Solid Rock Memories of Gloria Jean
Number Two Child The Sweetest Spirit Memories from Patricia Anne
Number Three Child One Tough Cookie Memories from Paulette
Number Four Child Sassy but Sweet Memories from Carolyn Yvonne
Number Five Child Ms Goodie Two Shoes Memories from Janice Elaine
Number Six Child I Am My Mothers Son Memories of John Edward Jr Alias Junie Bug
Memories from the Angels Grand Children
The Angel Exits Earth Returns Home
We Will Always Remember Her Say
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