Annie Johnson's husband leaves her with little money and two small children to study religion.
Annie makes a plan to sale food for a living.
Annie practices carrying the food she is going to sale by carrying buckets with rocks in them for miles.
That evening Annie prepared chicken, fried ham, she made dough and filled the rolled out pastry with meat. She worked until early hours.
The next day at noon when the dinner bell rang at the cotton gin. Even though business was slow the first few days, but Annie was determined.
Years later, Annie opened a store in a stall where her customers could buy cheese, meal, syrup, cookies, candy, writing tablets, pickles, canned goods , fresh fruit, and many other goods. Annie never disappointed her customers.