But yo' mammy
ain't gwine to desert you--no, no, dah, don't cry-- she gwine wid you, she gwine to kill herself too.
He hasn't any faults much, and is charming and sweet, like Buffalo Bill, and Thunder-Bird, and Mammy
Dorcas, and Soldier Boy, and Shekels, and Potter, and Sour-Mash, and - well, they're ALL that, just angels, as you may say.
Yes, my youngster; so that in that country you'd be toddling after your mammy
yet, and that old chap yonder, who looks about fifty, would only be a little shaver of four and a half.
So I interviewed my Mammy
Jennie, my old nurse at whose black breast I had suckled.
He began to talk early, remembered everything he heard, and his mammy
said he `wasn't all wrong.
The moon rays, streaming in through the open door and windows, gave what light was needed to the old black mammy
who stood at the table concocting a tisane of fragrant herbs.
The only proviso to being a member of the Mammy
club: Have a baby.
Leah McDonald, 31, wrote on Facebook: "As if my heart couldn't break any more, having to watch my little girl break down crying as I tell her that mammy
has gone to the angels, telling her she's never going to see her again.
Brown, aka Brendan O'Carroll, and, left, Rory Cowan
Jade Bell: "I remember reading the story of this little boy a few weeks ago and I cried and couldn't sleep for thinking of what his poor mammy
was going through.
I miss his little innocent voice saying I love you mammy
I miss his little innocent voice LOVING: saying, 'I love you mammy