Sunday, November 13, 2016
Cornbread in Buttermilk: The Delicacies of Love and Sacrifice by The Buntyn Family Review
This book is a panoramic view of a source of empowerment that was not recognized initially during the actual moments. However, with more hindsight, the proper honor and respect is now given to a matriarch of our family, with better clarity and significance.
To her, as well as to others from the Southern states, cornbread in buttermilk was considered as a delicacy, yet for the Buntyn family, Cornbread in Buttermilk symbolizes The Delicacies of Love and Sacrifice. Through the snapshots of life with our grandmother, Pappie, you will be inspired to recapture the fleeting values in our social structure: fear (reverence) of God, faith in family, and fundamental education.
I recevied a complimentary copy.
Cassandra's Review- A story about a strong female and how she took care of so much more than just a few people. The book is filled with so much power and heartfelt goodness, that it is really a great read. I think that older people might really think on this book and some might even connect with it better then todays youth. Although everyone can learn from it.
Posted by Cassandra McCann