My guest Roger Evans, number eight in the line of ten children, has a lifetime of stories to share about his southern upbringing, including the tricks his older siblings played on him. Even though his mother was tough, she was well respected. If any of the children ever said "I need you", she'd be there for them.
Before I met Roger Evans, I had no real idea what growing up in rural North Carolina in the 1940's was like. One of 10 children, Roger sheds light on growing up on a farm and who exactly was the disciplinarian in the house. His soothing tone and easy manner opens a remarkable window into his amazing life during this challenging era in the south.