Alexandra Ward Dixon comes from a long line of strong-minded women. Her great-grandmother ran a southern textile mill when women of her class stayed home and served tea. Alex is the fourth-generation heir to the family textile dynasty, but she has other ideas: Alex dances.
This is a memoir of an ordinary boy who grew up in a cotton mill village in northern Alabama , he was a boy full of adventure , mischief , and everything that comes along with country living . Some of the things he found himself in was fun and exciting and others got him just in plain trouble . This book is to bring your attention to when you was coming up with the simple things as well.
Beach Babies came to me a few years ago when I held a picture, now the cover of this book, and stared at it. Bobbie Sue Rossi isn’t a heroine, neither will she be a legend. She’s simply a woman that did what needed to be done. I understand her and identify with her in many ways. We make no excuses for our behavior or even our mistakes. But, I like to think her kind of courage will go on.
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