When Did I Stop Being Barbie and Become Mrs. Potato Head?: Learning to Embrace the Woman You've…

Kobo ebook | May 11, 2010

byMary Pierce

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Embrace Your Inner Mrs. Potato Head! She’s so much more real and full of fun than Barbie ever could be. And she knows how to laugh like only those who have discovered the humor, heart, and wisdom of true womanhood can laugh. Give her room to romp with this hilarious collection of zany, true-life stories by Mary Pierce. If you love to kick off your shoes and laugh your socks off over the foibles and absurdities of life, this book is for you. Mrs. Potato Head’s hormones are out of whack. Her memory is held together by sticky notes. But she’s got a sense of humor that just won’t quit, and she’s learned to accept and enjoy herself as she is—because God does.

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Embrace Your Inner Mrs. Potato Head! She’s so much more real and full of fun than Barbie ever could be. And she knows how to laugh like only those who have discovered the humor, heart, and wisdom of true womanhood can laugh. Give her room to romp with this hilarious collection of zany, true-life stories by Mary Pierce. If you love to k...

Format:Kobo ebookPublished:May 11, 2010Publisher:ZondervanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0310877237

ISBN - 13:9780310877233

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Why I Wrote "When Did I Stop Being Barbie & Become Mrs. Potato Head?" I was watching Oprah one day, and this woman was on there complaining about feeling "old" and "losing her looks"... The woman was in her THIRTIES! Good grief, I thought, this beautiful young woman has no idea how beautiful she is! That got me thinking, how we all have those insecurities about our looks, our bodies, our minds at times. We all look in the mirror, especially when we are trying on swimsuits, and think...well, you know what we think! I wanted to encourage women who are dealing with those feelings, and to offer some laughter about the changes and challenges we all go through as women. So be encouraged, sister, that you are NOT alone! Learn to embrace the woman you are--FABULOUS! :-) (PS of COURSE I give the book a FIVE MAPLE LEAF RATING! :-))) )
Date published: 2007-10-29