Perfectly Imperfect: A Life in Progress
You know Lee Woodruff from the immediate success of her first book, In an Instant, co-authored with husband and ABC anchor, Bob Woodruff. Now Lee, a lifelong writer with a remarkable straight-from-the-gut style, digs deep in Perfectly Imperfect: A Life in Progress to give honest reflections on navigating life's rougher pavement, imperfections, trials and triumphs.
From family and friends to motherhood and aging—Lee puts it all out there in this bold, sometimes funny, sometimes poignant, and always surprising take on life. Lee concludes it's really not about the neck in I Feel Worse About My Knees, contemplates the tipping point when her teenagers stopped wanting hugs and started wanting space in Adolescence, painstakingly realizes she and her sisters are now their parents' keepers in My Dad, unveils her husband's consistently curious gift taste in Nothing With a Plug, Please, reflects on leaving a legacy for her three daughters in Jewelry Box and offers insights about what to do—and what not to do—when someone you know faces a crisis.
Perfectly Imperfect: A Life in Progress is a deeply personal look at a well lived life in progress and the many roles played by a modern American wife, mother, daughter, and friend—it is the book you'll want to share with every woman you know.