Sheila Walsh asks readers what kind of person they most identify with: The woman who has her routine down pat, is organized, on top of things, and a multi-tasker? Or the woman who feels as if everything is on top of her and nothing goes as planned? Sheila confesses that she has been both. At times she has lived in the cape-and-boots role determined to show God and the world that no matter what the problem was she was only a bugle call away. But she also admits there have been times when all she wanted to do was pull the covers over her head and wish that the world would leave her alone.
God doesn't call anyone to be Wonder Woman, but He does want women to know that he has made them wonderful. In I'm Not Wonder Woman, but God Made Me Wonderful, Sheila helps readers recognize the wrong information they have picked up and exchange it for the truth. "That is my heart's cry," she writes, "to restore the marvelous picture of God's purpose for a woman's life. We should accept no less!"