Reflections on Motherhood
Karen Pruitt Fowler
by Karen Pruitt Fowler
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Fowler, Karen Pruitt
Reflections on Motherhood/Karen Pruitt Fowler.-1st ed
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Being a mother is, by far and large the hardest thing that I've ever had to do. There are no instructions handed over to you upon the birth of a child. Which is a little daunting in itself. Think about it-- even a thirty-dollar DVD player comes with instructions and at least a cryptic warning or two-- because heaven-forbid you should damage or ruin it. The absurdity!