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What Happened to the Girl I Married?

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What does she do all day? That was the question Michael Miller and his corporate fraternity brothers often asked themselves about their stay-at-home wives. Their ignorance about what seemed like a simpler life at home shielded them from seeing or hearing the realities of it. Embarking on a quest to find the girl he married lost in that life Miller finds out the hard way ju ...more
Paperback, 140 pages
Published October 21st 2008 by Dog Ear Publishing
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Linsey Krolik
Reading for the Silicon Valley Moms Blog (www.svmoms.com) book club this month. I've just read chapter 1 so far, but it is a very fast and easy read. And an interesting perspective. I look forward to hearing what this guy learned from walking in his wife's shoes at home with kids.
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