We may be invincible, but we are also tired; we may be quirky and stressed, but we also know how to live and love large, with attitude. Here is a book that celebrates you in all your outrageous glory.
Author: Peter Pauper Press
Publisher: Peter Pauper Press, Inc.
Everyday life may be rife with challenges for the modern woman, but she prevails with her hip humor and sassy sentiments. We may be invincible, but we are also tired; we may be quirky and stressed, but we also know how to live and love large, with attitude. Here is a book that celebrates you in all your outrageous glory.
“Tired? Nope, not in the least,” laughed Debbie. “Are you sure?” Bonzo persisted.
“Of course, I'm sure. I've never felt so well in all my life. I'm fine, Bonzo! Why does
everybody think I'm sick.” “Very well. Goodnight, Deb.” “Goodnight, Bonzo ...
Author: Sidney St. James
Publisher: BeeBop Publishing Group
I AM WOMAN, I AM INVINCIBLE Sequel to I AM WOMAN, HEAR ME ROAR Volume 2 In this sequel to “I Am Woman, Hear Me Roar!” we continue to answer many questions associated with the writing of the Lincoln Assassination Series’ “MARY ELIZABETH SURRATT” and the Faith Chronicles Series’, “FAITH – SEVENTY TIMES SEVEN.” During the writing of these two earlier novels, the question was always asked, why was Mary Elizabeth Surratt given such a bad ‘shake’ by a ruling from Yankee Generals in a witch hunt of a trial? In the other novel, FAITH, why did the Reverend Ada Caston Slaton Bonds remain with such an abusive alcoholic husband for twenty years? I decided to take four beautiful young women, known throughout the novel as the “Four Musketeers,” who pledged a lifelong friendship with each other before the beginning of the Civil War and follow their lives of falling in love after graduation from the Hampton Women’s College. They signed their life away to become a slave to their husbands based on our country's laws in the 1860s. Frances “Fran” Meyer, Jackie ‘Bonzo’ Hager, and Debbie “Deb” Keiner all fall in love only to find out the man they loved was a traitor and fought for the Confederate forces. The fourth musketeer, Dianne Jenkins, has a lifelong secret she never reveals and has an extreme dislike for men. Although a strong word, some might even say she hated men. Then, Frances Meyer, who defects from the red, white, and blue, goes with her husband to fight for the South. Bonzo Hager is drafted by the Army of the Potomac and laughed at when she arrived to muster. She then asked her father to subsidize a substitute to fight for her. Then, there’s Debbie Keiner, the daughter of a Lutheran minister. She gives her heart and soul as a Sister of Mercy in the hospitals for many soldiers injured and killed in the war… both the Rebels and the Yankees. She also gives up her love for a man who left to fight under Robert E. Lee and the southern forces of the Confederacy. As sunlight enters into raindrops, so love enters the souls of these young women and emerges as their passions in State’s Rights and Women’s Rights. It is how they find their truth and purpose in life. It’s how the “Four Musketeers” give themselves to others. Throughout this story, they each discover that it’s love, which makes them who they are and how powerful forgiveness can be in their lives. Rights for women in the 1860s were withdrawn when she married. In general, women gave up so many property and civil rights when they said “I do” that it was said they entered a state of “Civil Death!” In 1860, women were trapped in their homes and performed domestic chores and duties. Their roles as a housewife were to bear children, as long as was feasibly possible. Also, to care for the children while submitting to their husbands’ every whim. It was prevalent for a family to consist of twelve or more children in the 1800s. “Women are already born so far ahead ability-wise. The day men can give birth, that’s when we can start talking about equal rights!” --- Chuck Palahniuk, American Novelist
A placard I saw hanging in a women's boutique some years ago reveals
something of the fruit of that deception: I am woman. I am invincible. I am tired.
The expression, borrowed from Helen Reddy's Grammy-winning song of the
early 1970s, ...
Author: Nancy Leigh DeMoss
Publisher: Moody Publishers
Counter the lies that keep you from abundant living. Satan is the master deceiver and his lies are endless. And the lies Christian women believe are at the root of most of their struggles. "Many women live under a cloud of personal guilt and condemnation," says Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth. "Many are in bondage to their past. Others are gripped by fear of rejection and a longing for approval. Still others are emotional prisoners." In best selling Lies Women Believe, Nancy exposes those areas of deception most commonly believed by Christian women—lies about God, sin, priorities, marriage and family, emotions, and more. She then sheds light on how we can be delivered from bondage and set free to walk in God's grace, forgiveness, and abundant life. Nancy offers the most effective weapon to ounter and overcome Satan's deceptions: God's truth!
Author: Nancy DeMoss WolgemuthPublish On: 2018-04-02
WOMEN. BELIEVE. ABOUT. Priorities. Whew! Life these days is a whirlwind. It's
been months since I've had a chance to ... e have looked at what I believe are the
three most fundamental I am woman. I am invincible. I am tired. A throwback to ...
Author: Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth
Publisher: Moody Publishers
This 2-book set includes bestselling Lies Women Believe and Lies Women Believe Study Guide. In this bestseller book, Lies Women Believe, Nancy exposes those areas of deception most commonly believed by Christian women—lies about God, sin, priorities, marriage and family, emotions, and more. She then sheds light on how we can be delivered from bondage and set free to walk in God's grace, forgiveness, and abundant life. Nancy offers the most effective weapon to counter and overcome Satan's deceptions: God's truth! In Lies Women Believe Study Guide, you will go deeper with the truths of Lies Women Believe. This engaging workbookis made up of ten sessions and is designed for individuals and small groups. You will get an overview of the chapter to be studied from Lies Women Believe, a daily personal study for you to complete during the course of the week between your small group meetings, as well as questions to answer under the subtitles "Realize," "Reflect," and "Respond."
I am invincible . I am woman . ” Not long ago , we saw a woman with a T - shirt on
that said , “ I am woman . I am invincible . I am tired . ” We admit it made us
chuckle , but then we began to think about the message she was projecting . How
Author: Denis Waitley
Publisher: Executive Excellence Pub
Offers strategies for women on employing a winning attitude to achieve success
"Whatever difficulties you face," Lisa Osteen Comes encourages readers, "I believe you are made for more." Lisa shares from her own life stories of facing birth defects, limiting labels as a young woman, an unwanted divorce, criminal attack, infertility, and broken dreams. With every story, in every chapter, she delivers biblical truths and practical help for overcoming hardship and loss. Her down-to-earth style, humor, spiritual wisdom, and optimism engage readers, who will remember and repeat Lisa's memorable principles for daily living: · You can't grasp the future, if you're hanging onto the past. · You weren't made for the pit, but for the palace. · It's not over till God says it's over. · God's at work in you, making a masterpiece. · Let your scars become stars. In a time when more readers face financial peril, uncertain work lives, and feelings of fragility in a fast-paced and overwhelming world, Lisa's message shows how to not only get through the day but, how to catch new vision for a bold and bright life.
Our labors provide the backbone of productivity in our workplaces . So much
depends on us , and we give it our all . Just thinking of all we have to do is
enough to make us tired . The slogan “ I am woman , I am invincible , I am tired !
Author: Mary L. Mild
Category: Health & Fitness
Well provides daily devotions from women who share their experiences as health professionals, pastors, caregivers, survivors of illness, and persons with disabilities. These women share the spiritual wisdom and insight they have gained through personal challenge and growth.
My sister couldn't resist the one that read: "I am woman! I am invincible! I am tired!
" That's our world. "I Enjoy Being a Girl" We're women. We work hard. We have
our "If onlys" but we also have resources, especially if we look to the God who ...
... me everywhere I went . For years I never went on vacation , even an
overnighter , without taking a manuscript to read or a book to work on . I was tired
. I have a T - shirt that described me perfectly : “ I am woman . I am invincible . I am tired .
Author: Nancie Carmichael
Genuinely and warmly written, this book is intended to help women understand how to build a life that will withstand the storms of life, and why a foundation fixed on the Word of God is so important.
The other night as I fell thankfully into bed , I thought about a T - shirt I ' d seen
with the saying , “ I am woman . I am invincible . I am tired . ” I know that many
other women join me in feeling the need to experience the Lord ' s rest while we s
Author: Patsy Clairmont
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
With writings from several popular female Christian authors, including many of the Women of Faith speakers, this uplifting devotional can help women understand God's glorious gift of abundant life. This devotional will tie in with the 2002 theme of Women of Faith conferences, which is "Sensational Life."
-Pat Drown I've been on a diet for two weeks , and I am Woman , I am Invincible . .
I Phoenix all I've lost is 14 days . am Tired . -Millicent J. Sims -Karen McCallum
Hometown Pride Columbus , Ohio Aurora , Colo . Texans are southemers with an
Ralph Albert Taylor, born 1924, married Betty Eileen Hill in 1944. They are parents of Jamie Elizabeth Taylor Hall and Jeffrey Grover Taylor. Includes information of ancestral lines from Europe to colonial America. Descendants now live in Kansas, the Pacific northwest and elsewhere.
When I made rock n ' roll I got tired of the old people ' s music of that time . I did it
... 1935 ) , American I never realized until lately that women were supposed to be
the inferior sex . Katharine ... I am strong , I am invincible , I am woman .
Author: Steven Schwartz
¸ PRIDE ¸ ENVY ¸ ANGER ¸ COVETOUSNESS ¸ GLUTTONY ¸ SLOTH ¸ LUST AND THEN THERE IS SIN ITSELF! From the Old Testament to W.C. Fields; Anonymous to Cary Grant, many words have been expressed on behalf of Sin, and the seven deadliest of them. This book is a riotous collection of 1,500 of these quotes. With amusing line drawings, and a foreword by James Finn Garner, bestselling author of Politically Correct Bedtime Stories, that reassures the sinner not to feel guilty all the time, THE SEVEN DEADLY SINS is so witty, wise, and entertaining that it's a downright sin! Pride: "Don't accept your dog's admiration as conclusive evidence that you're wonderful." --Ann Landers Envy: "Jealousy is all the fun you think they had." --Erica Jong Anger: "Arguments only confirm people in their own opinions." --Booth Tarkington Covetousness: "The point is, you can't be too greedy." --Donald Trump Gluttony: "Better belly burst than good liquor be lost." --Jonathan Swift Sloth: "Never do today what you can do as well tomorrow." --Aaron Burr Lust: "Dancing is a perpendicular expression of a horizontal desire." --George Bernard Shaw Sin: "When choosing between two evils, I always take the one I've never tried before." --Mae West With a brief introduction to each sin as well as a definition and many, many synonyms (in case you thought what you did was not really sinful!), THE SEVEN DEADLY SINS and its 1,500 quotations is delicious, delightful--and devilish!
I mean , I was invincible . I could take on the world . But , I knew the world was
catching up with me and I was tired . I was tired of getting high , tired of selling
drugs , tired of selling women , tired of running the streets , tired of running from ...
Author: Conscious (Writer)
Publisher: Swn Pub
This new book by author Conscious is a bold, raw and in-depth look at repressed memory, female-to-female HIV transmission, child sexual abuse, and the ramifications and manifestations of drug abuse. This journey is made by the author Conscious and her therapist Allan as they uncover repressed memories of her childhood that dictate her adulthood. Conscious is the Joan of Ark for our day. She is holding the torch of Truth in one hand and Her sword Getting Unstuck in the other hand, as she declares war on saving lives. It is the wake up call the world needs, our society has become apathetic, toward the spread of HIV/AIDS and drug treatment. Getting Unstuck is an inspiration, as well as a vehicle to save our children from the sick cycle of child sexual abuse.
This classic bestseller, revised and updated, is an original and lively self-help resource that's packed with tested exercises, step-by-step guides, and solid advice on how to express oneself with co-workers, authority figures, lovers, ...
Author: Stanlee Phelps
Publisher: Impact Pub
Category: Family & Relationships
This classic bestseller, revised and updated, is an original and lively self-help resource that's packed with tested exercises, step-by-step guides, and solid advice on how to express oneself with co-workers, authority figures, lovers, family, and friends.
As Told by Twenty American Women ... whispering grasses , crystal chimes of
vernal rain , solemn fugue of wintry winds between her tired , aching eyes and
the fair , eternal heavens ! Harrowing days and sleepless , horror - haunted
nights , invincible sappers and miners , had robbed her of strength ; and the
The Chinese woman describes her cultural response to racism , to be invisible
and therefore to be silenced . I am tired of being invisible and will no longer be
silenced . A response to the Chinese woman ' s comment was by an African ...
Author: Jeffrey A. Kottler
Publisher: Amer Counseling Assn
Category: Social Science
This volume collects all 54 of Counseling Today's "Finding Your Way" columns printed since 1997, plus a dozen new essays. The essays address the difficulties facing counselors, including cultural issues, disabilities, substance abuse, personal failure, the need to balance the demands of career and family, and the struggle to find one's own "voice." The contributors are themselves counselors, social workers, and scholars. c. Book News Inc.
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epilogue to be a woman of invincible spirit fiel your sword upon a woman ?
between you and the women ( epilogue ) what woman is ... WOMAN - TIRED ,
unroosted by .
He thought the little face looked pale and tired . " Whenever I do , ” Minnie
answered , and then and there expressed her unalterable opposition to all these
silly , high - flown ideas that women got out of books . ( Mr. Petersen fancied he ...
Tambu has noted at the outset of the novel : “ The needs and sensibilities of the women in my family were not ... family but is excluded from decisions affecting
them : * I am tired of being nothing in a home I am working myself sick to support .
Collects the words of Americans from all walks of life, presenting more than five thousand entries in a browser-friendly, cross-referenced, and single-column format that encompasses more than five hundred topics.