Shirley’s Booklets #2 – Practical Poignancy

Shirley’s Booklets #2 – Practical Poignancy

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Poignant means to be deeply affected, to be sharp and keen.  To be practical means to do the expected, to have common sense and to be useful both to your own self and to others.  In her booklet, “Practical Poignancy,” Shirley deals with the types of personality that should and should not be found among Christian women, A to Z.  For example, there is “Awful” Annabell and “Awesome” Annabell.  This 20 page booklet will be both humorous and humbling to the reader who approaches it with an open heart and mind.

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