Even though Isabel Adina Morgan was not quite five feet tall-and wore only size six and a half shoes those shoes were very hard to fill. In A Lady We Called Mother, author Jacinth Spivey tells the life story of this special woman who loved God, life, people, flowers, children, arts and craft s, and animals.
Sharing Morgan's life from the perspective of one who was raised by her, this memoir traces her history, from her birth in Jamaica on Christmas day in 1908 to her death at age ninety-nine on Valentine's Day in 2008. Through stories and anecdotes, Spivey tells Morgan's heartwarming story-a story anchored by her faith and trust in God and her exceptional passion for taking care of children.
Including photos, A Lady We Called Mother narrates the story of one woman who made a difference in the lives of many people by setting a powerful example and being a role model for future generations.