Mama Never Cried by Larry Weaver
A Memoir of Mary Ethel Weaver, A Simple Country Woman

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Mama Never Cried is the extraordinary story of an ordinary woman; a Mama who simply did what Mamas do. When her world and her dream laid in ruins, pulled down by one she loved, and she stood as the only barrier between her five young boys and an uncertain future, she put aside concerns for her self and became their rock. When the abyss of despair beckoned, she offered them the lifeline of hope. When their hearts might have grown bitter with thoughts of hate and anger and vengeance, she taught them the solace of forgiveness, and when the road ahead laid hidden by clouds of doubt and dread, she whispered Come with me and promised that somewhere behind the mists there was a rainbow.
 

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Published January 15, 2001 by iUniverse. 148 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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