I don’t have words to express what this book means to me. I picked it up from the library 2 days ago. From the brilliant foreword to the last minute add of the in memoriam, every page of this book had me captivated. Sarah has a brilliant way with words and imagery. She is a kindred spirit for sure. She challenges me to push beyond the box that I have kept God in, and yet, also acknowledges the unique struggles that accompany a chronic condition (I also suffer from Fibromyalgia). Finding my new normal has been a process and it feels as if she was on the journey with me (though mine did not include a trip to Rome or PEI). I am now off to buy the book and share with my family and friends. Thank you!

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