Only Angels Can Wing It/the Rest of Us Have to Practice
The ideal woman was described in Proverbs 31--and has been intimidating her sisters ever since. Higgs' humorous reexamination of the eight qualities of the "virtuous woman" takes the pressure off today's weary (and less-than-angelic) wives and mothers. In 31 chapters, Liz addresses everything from fiscal responsibility to maintaining a happy, comfortable home without burning out.
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Measuring Our Wingspan
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The Six Million Dollar Woman
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