Dead in A Ditch
Growing up in Texas & Other Near-death ExperiencesBook - 2011
I come from a large family. Mother's biggest fear was that one or all of us would die on her watch and not just that we would die, but that we would be found Dead In A Ditch. It was the ditch part that always made it seem so much worse. Mother's children crumpled up and tossed out like an old beer can. "Where have you been?" she would say, "I was worried sick. I thought you were dead in a ditch." This was Mother's mantra.
Publisher: Clackamas, Or. : Koho Pono, LLC, 2011
Edition: 1st ed
Branch Call Number: BIOGRAPHY 976.4 SEAY 2011
Characteristics: iii, 228 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm