Mrs. Annie Johnson was very poor and had two children. She was in a bad marrige, also.
For a while Mrs. Annie was sad because not only because she did not have any income, but she has two toddling children to feed.
By buying as little of groceries as posibble, she learned that she could cook well. She came up with idea to sell her iconic "Meat pie" to the men that work at the Wood mil.
She praciced carrying food to the factories and back., after all, it was 5 miles away.
When it was time to finnaly sell her pies she made a hut-like post and waited. At first, everyone ignored her until they tried her food, after that she made a lot of buisness. She sold her food for a nickel.
Her costomers soon became really dependant on her. She enjoyed her buiseness and the workers loved her food. She was no longer as poor as she was.