The doctor said, "Don't try it—you could die on the operating table." A scary thought, but the alternative was worse—waiting a few months for certain death. The author decides to go with the riskier option, which offers hope for the future.
In this poignant true story, a woman reflects on her life, loves, family and marriage as she comes to terms with her mortality.
"This memior shows us older folks as we really are rather than as people perceive us."—Virginia Welsh, teacher
"MAGNIFICENT! The word-flow is poetry. I wonder if there's an editor with the courage to publish it?"—Howard Fisher, author of Salome