It is a journal of a couple’s fifteen-year journey along the trial of Alzheimer’s. Every excursion into the unknown of this disease is unique, and author Jack Weaver shares an account that will be different from any other you will read. If you will allow Jack and Janey to be your guides, they will lead you through sunny valleys of hope, into swamps of despair, and up mountains of happiness; you will stop at vistas of grief and relief; and you will laugh and cry together.

REVIEWS

“I grew up with the writer’s kids and the stories bring back some of my own memories of them. I have looked up to them for almost as long as I remember and really appreciate the way that Dr. Weaver presents the struggles and challenges as well as the happy moments of the progression of his wife’s illness. I have appreciated the opportunity to learn more about the relationship that these two had with each other. It encourages me as I go through life, not knowing what God may allow us to be tried by, as He gives us grace and strength to handle anything.”
-A. Paradis, Amazon User
“I grew up with the writer’s kids and the stories bring back some of my own memories of them. I have looked up to them for almost as long as I remember and really appreciate the way that Dr. Weaver presents the struggles and challenges as well as the happy moments of the progression of his wife’s illness. I have appreciated the opportunity to learn more about the relationship that these two had with each other. It encourages me as I go through life, not knowing what God may allow us to be tried by, as He gives us grace and strength to handle anything.”
-A. Paradis, Amazon User

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Jack Weaver is an author, a father, a grandfather, and a retired chiropractor.

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