285 p.,  p. of plates : col. ill. ; 24 cm.
A candid and moving memoir about family, loss, and reconciliation from the supremely talented and headline-making goalkeeper for the U.S. women's national soccer team.
Prologue -- Life behind the smiley face -- God's second paradise -- A double identity -- Somewhere-- anywhere-- far away -- Bare-branched, but ready to bloom -- The '99ers -- "I should have died a long time ago..." -- An arm like Frankenstein -- Make in the WUSA -- Baa, baa, black sheep -- "Only a daughter cries like that" -- Shadows -- "You can't go by a gut feeling" -- Stepping into liquid -- "Don't let the devil steal your joy" -- The new #1 -- Pretty damn sweet -- Unprofessional professionals -- Seattle's finest -- It just takes one -- The silver lining -- Bare-ass naked on a lawn.
Electronic reproduction. Cleveland : OverDrive, 2012. Mode of access: World Wide Web. Remote access requires a valid St. Louis County Library card and residence within the St. Louis metropolitan statistical area.
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