Enjoying some special reading of my sister, Sharon's recently published book. It captures the thoughts, experiences and insights of her journey with a terminal diagnosis and how it doesn't mean the end of hope.
Sharon is a Nurse Practitioner, educator, and author of clinical textbooks. Going from nurse to patient brings many epiphanies. Her faith and pragmatic honesty revealed in this collection of personal journals and writings pulls back the curtain on some stereotypes of what life in a terminal condition means. And really isn't life itself a terminal condition?
You can pick it up at Amazon for ten dollars. I recommend it.https://www.amazon.com/…/ref=cm_sw_r_fa_awdo_t2_e8RXzbH9QHQ…
Naturally I'm immensely proud of Sharon, not just for writing this; she is a very gifted writer, but for embracing her circumstance in her own no nonsense manor, with faith, hope, and honesty. And as she is my sister, bits of her story are my story as well. And she tells it really well.