By Sarah Bird
"Sarah chicken is a real eccentric, yet one with a simple present for explaining the human center. . . . A Lone superstar girl-legend."—Boston Globe
What is it that distinguishes Texas women—the well-known Yellow Rose and her descendants? Is it that blend of graciousness and grit that girl poultry Johnson displayed in beautifying highways and dealing with down hecklers at the crusade path? The rapier-sharp wit that Ann Richards and Molly Ivins used to skewer the nice ole boy institution? the ethical righteousness with which Barbara Jordan defended the united states structure? An unnatural fondness for Dr Pepper and queso?
In her inimitable kind, Sarah chook will pay tribute to the Texas lady in all her glory and all her contradictions. She humorously remembers her personal early bewildered makes an attempt to appreciate Rosa xanthina, from the big-haired, completely made-up women on the Hyde Park good looks Salon to her highbrow, quinoa-eating roommates at Seneca apartment Co-op for Graduate girls. After a long time of watching Texas girls, poultry understands the species as few others do. A Love Letter to Texas Women is a must have box advisor for novices to the kingdom and the appropriate reward to inform any Rosa xanthina how targeted she is.
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