The Unbreakable Cord: A tragic accident leads to a journey of faith Kindle Edition
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Jennifer's recovery required months of hospitalization and a lifetime of healing. While the story is harrowing and tragic, the book is easy to read, seasoned with humor and the unflappable love of a mother with remarkable patience and strength.
This book is a must read for anyone needing a reminder of the power of love, laughter and faith. I cried real tears and laughed out loud and read the whole thing in two sittings.
Jennifer and Bobbie, your story is life affirming and inspirational. Thank you for sharing it with the world. I pray that your healing continues and that your book finds its way into the hands and hearts that need it the most.
Very well done! Congratulations!!
The author shared a copy of her book with me for review (thank you). You can buy a copy now.
This is a heartrending tale of immense pain, slow improvement and the desperation of parents. They've been divorced for years but they are there on each side of the bed holding her hands. She gets better, then relapses, and trying to be positive can be very hard for everyone. She was lucky enough to have a family that came closer together and helped give each other support.
The cord in the tile could have been the one between mother and daughter but Ms. Brown is talking about her faith. She would have fallen apart if she didn't know that God was watching over them. Natural deaths in the family occurred during the hospital stay and that tore her heart even more. She's a strong woman, her mother told her so. And her daughter does recover. She goes through rehabilitation and manages to get further than the doctors thought that she would. But if she goes on an airplane, she'll set off the X-ray machines! She's got metal in her body to hold her together.
All in all, life goes on and the family has survived the crises. While it's a sad journey, you can look at the pictures and you read about how the daughter has gone on despite her injuries and it gives you a feeling of hope. Never give up! And keep your stuffed toy close.