A Fingertip Resource Tool for Women Windows of a Woman is a poignant, powerful, and productive book for women who want to balance the weight of family, faith, and career. Windows of a Woman takles difficult issues that women face with simple and sound solutions. The book declares that the day and the myth of the Superwoman are over. Women can't bring home the bacon, fry it up in a pan, change little Johnnie's diaper, volunteer for the PTA, make the project deadline, maintain a cover girl's image, keep an immaculate home, and never let their husbands forget they are men. As women, we need to learn that we can't do it all, have it all, and expect there to be no problems regardless of what the song says. I'm going to share with you what I wish someone would have shared with me. You control your own life, or it will control you. There is a reason why women lead in heart disease, suffer with hypertension, fight against obesity, and struggle with depression. It is because many women fail get the proper amount of rest, renewal and refreshing in life. Balancing the responsibilities of marriage, motherhood, career and faith are challenging. Let go of the world's expectations of who you are suppose to be and embrace realistic and godly goals to achieve balance in your life.
A Window in Thrums -- a fictional sketch of Scottish life - is one of several novels about the fictional village of Thrums, said to be modeled on Barrie's home town of Kirriemuir.
One of the Boston Globe's Best Crime Novels of the Year!
Sometime in 2002, a young pet prairie dog was abandoned on a Long Island, N.Y., beach. This book is based on her story. Here is what two authors have to say about "Philomena's Homecoming: " "Philomena travels across the country and into my heart. Her tale involves big dangers along her way to family, love and home. This is a story that, by implication, describes wildlife rehabilitation without ever mentioning the phrase." -- Chet Gottfried, wildlife photographer, author of "The Steel Eye." "For those children spending hours on the Internet, alienated from reality yet yearning to connect, Caryn Eve Murray's poignant true tale of a little lost prairie dog who finds a loving new home will entice them, comfort them, and make them feel whole." --Dr. Jud Newborn, Author, "Sophie Scholl and the White Rose," and member, Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators.
This collection of literature attempts to compile many of the classic works that have stood the test of time and offer them at a reduced, affordable price, in an attractive volume so that everyone can enjoy them.
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