Bobbi Jo, a sassy, young Southern girl just wants to help get the family pig farm back. She mistakenly determines the loss her fault because, as Bobbi Jo's grandmother so regularly points out, brazen girls always bring trouble. She sets to figure out a way to save the farm by improving herself and turns to facile Southern advice and virtue for guidance. Unfortunately, things like a younger brother, small town hypocrisy and a traveling evangelist with an appetite for sin keep getting in the way of Bobbi Jo fixin' her mouthy ways. When Bobbi Jo's oddball, big-city aunt swoops into town to save the day, discretely buried family issues surge to the front of family politics and the adults must elect to deal with their issues in order to combat country gossip, save a little girl and teach Bobbi Jo the value of family.
You've got too many events. Focus. She wants the pig farm back. Who's keeping it from her? PETA? What does becoming less mouthy have to do with getting back to hog heaven?