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The Sweet Potato Queens' Book of Love by Jill Conner Browne
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Nov 01, 14

really liked it
bookshelves: 2009-reads, non-fiction, my-library

This was enjoyable. It is basically a guide book about various ways a “Sweet Potato Queen” lives her life. And suggestions on how to live yours. There are funny parts. But I especially like the comment about beauty. “We’re all pretty, thankfully. It is a good thing to be pretty. But we are not just pretty, and pretty all by itself is not worth much since it lasts only about an hour, relative to the rest of your life. In addition, pretty is just a major accident of birth, and nobody can tae any personal credit for it (except when it’s bourht and pad for at the plastic guy’s office, but never mind that). That is classic. And if my daughter has issues about being pretty before having brains, I am going to have her read this book. Well, at least this part anyway.

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