Soft Tender-Hearted Moments?

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Xlibris Corporation, May 24, 2012 - Biography & Autobiography - 69 pages
Are you able to laugh in the face of trials, temptations, and challenges? Soft Tender-Hearted Moments? is written in Erma Bombeck style humor touching on universal female experiences like weight gain/dieting, fears, childbirth, motherhood, parenting, sex, post-menopause, etc. Through humor, Soft Tender-Hearted Moments? delves into the human heart and spirit. It will move you to laughter, and maybe even to tears. Even though Soft Tender-Hearted Moments? is a humor book, it also contains some jewels of truth that the author has learned along lifes journey.
 

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Contents

After All What is a Few Extra Pounds?
1
Something Seriously Wrong
3
The Beginning of Motherhood
6
Head of the Hose?
9
A Little Love
10
So Much for Tender Moments
11
Theres Nothing Quite Like Family
12
NeededOne Professional Diagnosis
16
Missed Note
34
No Time at All
35
Difficulty Dieting
36
Is Hearing Believing?
37
Intelligent Conversation
38
Where Are All the Good Slightly Older Single Men?
39
The Best and Worst of TimesA Challenging Year
42
How Hot Flashes Save Time and Money
44

Whose Homework is it Anyway?
17
Lack of a Libido
20
How Are You Going to Teach Her Anything?
22
The Problem with Mom
23
Ready for Work
25
Dishes and Laundry Duty
26
Not Squeaky Clean Just Squeaking By
27
CampingAlways a Learning Experience
28
Traveling Alone
30
Whose Rules?
31
Quality Time
32
A Good Guess
33
Just Call Me Jobette
45
Polite Grandchild
47
One Last Item
48
All Ears
49
Adventures with Lily
50
Less Than the Ideal Hospital Patient
53
A Good Read?
54
Depression Medication
55
Back to School
56
Tantalizing Temptation
58
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Nancy Dearborn is an accomplished author with over 250 published articles, stories, and poems. She has written for magazines, newspapers, anthologies, and the Internet. Many of her published pieces include humor as well as advice. She enjoys writing as well as speaking professionally. She is the former leader of two writers groups. Her awards include grants from the Arizona Commission on the Arts to attend out-of-state conferences, a Highlights Scholarship to attend Chautauqua, and she won second and third place in two separate poetry contests. Nancy is the mother of twin daughters and has two granddaughters.

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