In this exciting book of memoirs, you'll follow the story of a young boy etched in a black and white photograph in bib overalls found years ago in a match box in the attic of an old house on a dirt road on Mill Creek in Graham County, North Carolina. "Every instant of my life disappeared in a breath and instantly became the past; reality is ephemeral and changing, pure longing. With these pages, I kept memories alive. They are my grasp on a truth that is fleeing, a lifestyle I was a part of that is all but gone, but truth nonetheless. They are proof that these events happened and that these people passed through my destiny. Thanks to them, I can recall moments about my wife, mama, dad, sister and brothers who have died, my stalwart grandmothers and wise grandfathers and other links in the long chain of love ones." - Ray Carpenter
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Book Description Ammons Communications, Limited. Paperback. Book Condition: Good. Book shows minor use. Cover and Binding have minimal wear, and the pages have only minimal creases. Bookseller Inventory # G0983738203I3N00