A Rose by Any Other Name Would Still Have Aphids: Homespun Devotions
Seventy devotions to help readers smell the roses in life and deal wisely with the little things that "bug" them. Hoover offers Bombeckian-type mini-essays liberally seasoned with gentle humor on the trials and tribulations of trying to maintain a satifying relationship with one's family, neighbors, and God.
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