Gotcha Covered: A Legacy of Service and Protection can be ordered online, by phone, or by regular mail. These books are available in select locations in Tennessee and. . . read more
The book’s introduction speaks of feminism, but the book speaks from the heart of each apron and its connection to its adopter. This book is about purpose and. . . read more
Middle Tennessee: Landmark Booksellers 114 E. Main Street Franklin, TN 37064 E-mail address:firstname.lastname@example.org (615) 791-6400 East Tennessee*: Visitor’s. . . read more
I got my book and love it. It reminds me of the 28 aprons I dug out of my mother- in-law’s house when she died. I passed them on to my girl friends and wonder now -why couldn’t I be as creative and clever as you are!!
- Cathy Ravella, Pittsburgh, PA
Each essay, commentary, and story is as unique as the apron adopted by
its writer. The book’s introduction speaks of feminism, but the book speaks from the heart of each apron and its connection to its adopter. This book is about purpose and traditions – some forever lost – others more recently found or rediscovered. It is about identity and bonding we should all long to understand. It is artfully done from opening with the opinion of a college waitress right down to generations of retro images of an apron’s place and the women who remember.
- David B. Stewart, Franklin, TN