At four o'clock in the evening telephone ringers are turned off. Do not disturb signs are hung from the doorknobs of homes all over America.With remotes in hand to prevent the accidental channel changes by spouses or TV addicted children, those who love Oprah get ready for arelaxing evening in front of their television sets. Mrs. Johnnie Bea is one of those women, but it is what she does with the other hours of her day that are important. Her story is one of history, change, legacies, beans, and a better future through community. Using her Oprah as inspiration she helps those around her to grow and continue the legacy that her father started. When an unexpected accident hospitalizes her, Mrs.Johnnie Bea's legacy is left up to the seven women she took under her wing. Through her hardship Mrs. Johnnie Bea is reminded that while God may not always come when you want, he is always on time.