Still Time Kindle Edition
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|Length: 324 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||
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You are quickly pulled into the story...wanting to know what happens next!
In life we have a beginning time, a middle time, and an end time..
It is in the middle time that Alyssa finds herself now...
The middle time of life....
AND the middle time of care-giving...
Still taking care of her children...and now taking care of her parent (her mother-in-law)
Life gets even crazier as she finds that her son is struggling, and she has to move her family to a new state with new schools, and her mother-in-law is showing signs of dementia and Alzheimer disease.
Wishing she could go back to a simpler time...
She realizes that this is her time to truly take care of her family...immediate and extended.
But that doesn't make this time and easy time.
Journey with Alyssa as she takes the time to anguish with the "pain of a missionary son who is questioning, a young teen who is being bullied, a daughter who is distant, a husband who is struggling, and a mother-in-law who is now hoarding and forgetting."
Is there 'STILL TIME' to keep everything "from falling apart?"
A FANTASTIC READ!
You will chuckle, weep, and rejoice with Alyssa and her family.
The first time the chapter switched point of view, I was admittedly turned off by it. I was comfortable being inside Alyssa's head. But as soon as I got used to hearing Ruth's thoughts, it took the book to a whole new level! And now I realize the story would not be nearly as good without it. I thought Hoagland did a phenomenal job describing the confusion and frustration of being a woman with dementia and Alzheimer's. The chapters told from her mother-in-law's point of view were so emotional and raw, I truly felt for her! This book was emotional and powerful! A fantastic read for any LDS woman who is struggling with anything in her life. Oh wait, that's all of us!
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