Alanna Christine always emerges smelling like a roseaor, at least, she sculpts the pile of crap sheas in to look like a rose. She likens herself to a phoenix, constantly burning up and rising from the ashes in this memoir that combines aspects of aCinderellaa with aThe Little Engine that Could.a From being adopted and feeling out of place to contemplating suicide and going through a divorce, sheas conquered obstacles with grace and humor. With hard-fought wisdom, sheas forged ahead regardless of the stumbling blocks thrown in her path. Perhaps the biggest challenge has been living with multiple sclerosis, which has taught her that asking for help doesnat indicate weaknessait indicates strength. Sheas also learned that we truly donat miss anything until itas gone. In candid fashion, she looks back on her personal trials and tribulations, victories and defeats, and miracles sheas witnessed on the way. While sheas scared of what the future might hold, sheas already discovered strength she never knew she had. Get ready to be inspired by the important life lessons in How I Got a Horse Out of a Toilet.I couldna#39;t believe they still made cars like that! After a twoday drive and a night in a Kentucky hotel, I arrived in a small Wisconsin town on Sunday and unpacked in my new, temporary home a another hotel. Monday morning, I arrived for workanbsp;...
|Title||:||How I Got a Horse Out of a Toilet|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2015-02-13|