The Mission Walker: I Was Given Three Months to Live... (Unabridged, 5 Cds)
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Edith Littlefield Sundby was born the second youngest of twelve children on an Oklahoma cotton farm without electricity and running water. After working odd jobs in rural Oklahoma, she spent a year abroad in Australia as a Rotary Exchange Student. Upon her return, she paid her way through college selling Bibles door to door in Tennessee. After graduating Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Oklahoma, she became one of the first female sales executives at IBM and spent twelve years working there before becoming a Vice President at Pacific Bell in San Francisco. She and her husband then relocated to San Diego, where Edie gave birth to twin daughters before becoming VP of Sales at an Internet start up company. She and her husband had just mortgaged their house to start a new company when Edie received a diagnosis of stage four gallbladder cancer, and was given less than six months to live. Now, nine years later, despite 0.9% odds, and after almost one million milligrams of chemo radiation, and liver, lung, colon, and throat surgeries, she is vibrantly alive, and the only person to have traversed the historic and largely unmapped 1600 mile Mission Trail that spans from Loreto, Mexico, to Sonoma, California.??