Homebaked Wit and Wisdom from Momma’s House: The Resurrection of Common Sense

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iUniverse, Aug 14, 2012 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 72 pages
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In today’s hectic, fast-paced world, many of the old nuggets of wisdom that kept us going or encouraged us to persevere through troubled times seems to have been lost somewhere along the way. In other words, there appears to be a lack of common sense in the world we live in, and it’s time to bring it back into style and practice.

Homebaked Wit and Wisdom from Momma’s House: The Resurrection of Common Sense offers the reader a glimpse into wisdom of times past. The author, Beverly Rogers, shares a wealth of advice, short stories and sayings that helped her through tremendous trial and adversity.

You may wonder how you forgot some of the resonant sayings from your own childhood. Take time to journal or write your commonsense wisdom on the pages provided for reflective notes. Whether you’ve heard them a million times or are reading them here for the first time, you can be refreshed by a strong dose of old-fashioned common sense.

 

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Contents

A Good Foundation
1
What Are You Pretending Not To Know?
11
Growing Old Fully Graced
29
Journeys Through Junctions
39
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