I don't know what to say about this book other than the following:
I found Michelle Obama to be an impressive and an interesting person.
She's classy, (she could have said a lot more unflattering things about many people. She didn't.)
She's a great narrator.
She loves her husband and kids with all of heart and shows it with her actions.
Political campaigns cost even more than I thought. (And I still can't help but think that money could be put to better uses across this country.)
I found it to be such an inspiring read I'm not ashamed to say it brought tears to my eyes more than once. At the same time, this book unintentionally made me nostalgic and sad. It is my opinion that a lot of the good accomplished by the Obama administration has now been undone. (The Paris Climate Change Agreement, among many other things.)
I highly recommend this book to those who want to know more about Michelle Obama, (whether or not your admire her), from her own mouth.
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