Prologue

Metaphorically speaking, “having both oars in the water” means having a goal or destination in mind with a plan to achieve it, usually with checklists and milestones marked along the way. I always felt I had both oars in the water, but there were times, if God had not been rowing, I would have drowned. 

 

 

Reviews

 

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— J.A.

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— L.K.

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— J.Y.

 

Gallery

 

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