At first glance, the rickety old rocker seemed to have no value. It was nearly lost in a devastating fire long ago, and, but for a twist of fate, it would have been discarded as worthless. Its discovery led to the revelation of a remarkable story that began in 1879 with Molly's birth as the youngest of seven children growing up on a tobacco farm in rural Kentucky - and continuing through and beyond the Great Depression. Yet this is no ordinary tale because the challenges that Molly confronted with heart, grace, and grit are many of the same issues we face today, including deeply ingrained hatred by some for those of different beliefs and skin colors. Molly's story reveals a life of both struggle and tragedy, but Molly always finds a way to live with simple joy and purpose. Based on actual events, Molly's story is a deeply moving testament to the power of enduring love and friendship.