When Michael Wilcox's wife, Laurie, was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor that would ultimately take her life, he began keeping a journal to record what he was learning about living, loving, and grieving. Although at the time he was not intending that it would ever be published, he gradually came to recognize our "sacred covenant to share our burdens, our mourning, our comforts, and our witnesses. "
The lessons he offers in this thoughtful and sensitive book are more than a chronicle of his own journey they are important reminders to all of us to cherish every day we have with the people we love, to treasure the gift of our mortality, and to turn to the Lord in all our trials.
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