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When Did I Stop Being Barbie and Become Mrs. Potato Head?

Learning to Embrace the Woman You've Become

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This hilarious collection of real-life 'adventures in growing older' will make you laugh, encourage you with the assurance that you are not alone, and give you the comfort of God’s unchanging, ageless love. Designed for quick reading, this book is perfect for today’s woman on the go.
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Embrace Your Inner Mrs. Potato Head! She’s so much more real and full of fun than Barbie ever could be. And she knows how to laugh like only those who have discovered the humor, heart, and wisdom of true womanhood can laugh. Give her room to romp with this hilarious collection of zany, true-life stories by Mary Pierce. If you love to kick off your shoes and laugh your socks off over the foibles and absurdities of life, this book is for you. Mrs. Potato Head’s hormones are out of whack. Her memory is held together by sticky notes. But she’s got a sense of humor that just won’t quit, and she’s learned to accept and enjoy herself as she is---because God does.
Contributor Mary Pierce
Short Bio Mary Pierce
Mary Pierce (www.laughlady.com) is a humorist and author, writing humor for Focus on the Family, Quality of Life Times, and other publications. Her books with Zondervan include: Confessions of a Prayer Wimp and When Did I Stop Being Barbie and Become Mrs. Potato Head?. An entertaining keynote speaker, Mary’s been sharing laughs with community, church, and retreat audiences since 1996, and has co-hosted a monthly radio program. She and her husband, Terry, live in Wisconsin, where she dreams of getting her act together...someday.
UPC 025986248567
ISBN-10 0310248566
ISBN-13 9780310248569
Publish Date Sep 8, 2003
Weight 0.5200
Physical Length 8
Physical Width 5.25
Length 236.00
LengthUnit Pages
Publisher Zondervan
Price $12.99
Format Paperback
Language English

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