MS & Potty Mouth

October 2012
PN;Oct2012, Vol. 66 Issue 10, p50
Book Review
The article reviews a book "Potty Mouth:A Woman Disabled with Multiple Sclerosis Bravely Meet Life's Challenges with Courage, Wisdom, and a Profane Sense of Humor," by Renae Clare.


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