Providing hope and inspiration for a more purposeful life in a troubled world, My Memoirs narrates the life story of Mary Webb Wray who was born in 1917 in Boydton, Virginia. Written at the age of ninety-two with the help of her son, Frank, this memoir recalls the life of this woman who learned to face life's challenges with an open mind and to live life in peace.
The story follows Mary as she grows up with her parents and siblings on "the hill" in a small southern town where things didn't change much, and it continues through a journey of survival during the Great Depression. My Memoirs chronicles her sixty-five-year marriage to Frank (Pete) Wray and of raising their family of three children. Mary passed away January 21, 2010. Communicating a sincere appreciation of family, this memoir contains special words written by a special woman of wisdom. It provides a new direction, a new beginning, a sense of peace.