And One More Thing Before You GoBook - 2005
Presents an inspirational guide that emphasizes the importance of utilizing both one's greatest gifts and shortcomings to work to provide crucial stepping stones toward a happy, fulfilled life.
The award-winning journalist, First Lady of California, and best-selling author of 10 Things I Wish I'd Known Before I Went Out Into the Real World presents an inspirational guide that emphasizes the importance of utilizing both one's greatest gifts and shortcomings to work to provide crucial stepping stones toward a happy, fulfilled life. 600,000 first printing.
Simon and Schuster
Graduating from high school is a big step for any girl. She is leaving her childhood behind and beginning the rest of her life. She is also leaving her mother's protective circle of love and guidance. One of the greatest gifts a mother can give her daughter at this pivotal moment in her life is good counsel. In And One More Thing Before You Go...Maria Shriver, bestselling author, acclaimed journalist, First Lady of California, and mother of two daughters, provides a loving and heartfelt guide for girls as they go off to college.
Expanded from a speech given to her young friend Ally's graduating class, Maria writes as a wiser, more experienced girlfriend, but also as both the daughter of a mother whose advice she still seeks and as the mother of daughters for whom she wishes a fulfilling and happy life. In this stirring and inspiring guide, Maria talks to young women about how to find abundance and emotional richness, and how not to overlook life's most special gifts. Her ten rules -- told in a witty and poignant anecdotal style -- offer a firm grasp on what's really important in life.
And One More Thing Before You Go...is a book that transcends age groups, a book that will make you laugh, cry, and open your eyes to a new way of looking at life. Thoughtful, compassionate, and above all, filled with love, And One More Thing Before You Go...is a book that will make every mother cry and every daughter stop and think about her mother's words.