I'm not sure why the price for this book is so high on Amazon.com. The same book can be purchased for 10 dollars at this website.
Lula Baird was an amazing woman! Her life story may not keep you glued to your seat, but it tells a story of a woman totally sold out for God. She went wherever He told her to go. She did whatever He told her to do.
What kept me reading her autobiography was her ability to never give up. Her age never got in her way, physical ailments were simply hurdles to be jumped over to reach her destinations. Lula Baird was part of a generation which, refreshingly, never bothered making excuses...they just did what had to be done!
As I said, she never allowed her age to deter her. I remember picking her up at the Narita Airport in Japan- she was in her late 80's. I attempted to help her with her baggage and she said, "I'm not an invalid!"
|Lula at 99 with my parents having a meal|
Lula Baird died just after her 100th birthday on December 11, 2008. She lived a full life and I am thankful she recorded at least part of that life in her autobiography.