Judy lived an idyllic life in Canada's picturesque Muskoka cottage country. She had a loving relationship, a good job and was the proud mother of two boys. Mark was the joyful troublemaker, a rough-and-tumble free spirit who would give anyone the shirt off his back. Jason was the quiet, sensitive one, a superb musician with a bright future. Then the unthinkable happened: a suicide, then cancer. In middle-age, Judy found herself childless, filled with emptiness, and rudderless. She kept asking herself: What happens when a mother stops being a mother? Judy gained strength from her love of family, friends and work. She turned to nature for her inspiration. Mysteries like the little buck that arrived shortly after Mark's death, helped her appreciate the wonders of life. Caring for the tender plants in her Memory Garden gave her purpose, taught her lessons and helped her move forward on the "roller coaster" of events that unfolded. This inspiring story follows Judy's journey from the depth of despair to enlightenment, from the brink of divorce to strength and hope. Judy Snoddon shows us how to find joy -one plant at a time.
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|Size: ||7.5 MB|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781460272534 (DRM-PDF)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|