A Sundog Moment
- The author herself was diagnosed with MS 21 years ago and authentically and beautifully captures the thoughts and emotions of a vibrant woman navigating a new reality.- Comparable to Jan Karon's bestselling Mitford series, A SUNDOG MOMENT is brimming...
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- The author herself was diagnosed with MS 21 years ago and authentically and beautifully captures the thoughts and emotions of a vibrant woman navigating a new reality.- Comparable to Jan Karon's bestselling Mitford series, A SUNDOG MOMENT is brimming with insight and wisdom for everyone--no matter what their experience or point of view.- Sharon Baldacci has written for "The Herald-Progress and "Richmond Magazine, among others, and has won awards from the Virginia Press Association and the Virginia Press Women, of which she is a member.
Elizabeth has been married to Michael Whittaker for 20 wonderful years when she receives the shocking diagnosis of multiple sclerosis. Life as they knew it is over. Elizabeth has always been the peacemaker in the family, but she slowly begins to realize that she can no longer function in that role as her illness saps all her energy. Husband, daughter, and mother are incessant in their desire to help Elizabeth, but forget to ask what she needsor wants. Lonesome and restless, Elizabeth deals with the chaos of her illness and the turmoil in her own family by joining a support group. Soon she finds herself embarking with them on a venture to obtain illegal drugs to help ease the physical symptoms of their illnesses. When their plan is foiled by a bitter schemer bent on manipulating the goodwill of the group, Elizabeth is arrested and charged with illegal possession of a narcotic. Confronting criminal charges, changing family dynamics, her own fear, and overcoming physical challenges, Elizabeth encounters fresh questions about her life and rediscovers that faith, hope, and love never fail.
Baldacci was diagnosed with MS 21 years ago. She is an award-winning journalist.