Synopses & Reviews
Life is a Story Ernestine Meadows May Herstory is a memoir of life depicting southern cultures and traditions, growing up in the 60's, educated in light of defacto segregation, living under Jim Crow Laws, and experiencing a non-typical lifestyle full of hopes for the future in a small country town. Life began for her when a marriage between a father from Homer, LA, and a mother frm Kosciusko, MS, came together in Biscoe, AR, producing the last offspring of seven children and this one was determined to take a different course in life from working in cotton fields and being denied the full advantage of an education. She would begin to dream an impossible dream in spite of all the stirkes against her from birth. It is her desire that others would be inspired to know that one's past need not determine one's future.