A refreshing change from the normal inspirational books out there. It will encourage others to continue their witness to those they come in contact with.
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Carree Lee : The World As I See It
How can a mother reject her own child? How can a man give you safety and security one day, and be gone the next? How can a God who promises to never leave you nor forsake you allow it all to happen.
Michelle has finally learned to deal with lifes disappointments; she's given up on God, because she feels that he's given up on her. But when Manny her only sons goes missing, can Michelle open up her heart and allow God to see her through this tragedy.
Family was important to Michelle, even if she wasn’t close to her own. She had gladly given up her nursing career for Ross and the boys. She enjoyed the days she had spent with them; reading to them, and teaching the kid’s phonics, colors and their numbers. Best of all for her though, were the nature hikes. Her sons, Jason and Manny had coined them “Adventures into Nature”.
These were times where together they would discover tadpoles in their own back pond, or a beehive developing in the old lamppost out front.
“Why’d the bees pick our lamp?” Manny had inquired. His inquiry would lead to the three of them marching inside to the computer, and the discovery would begin. Together they unraveled the mysteries to many of their questions, like why bees built hives and the duties of the drone, worker and queen bees; or even the metamorphosis of the caterpillar into a lovely yellow and black specked butterfly. Reading up on the butterflies encouraged the children to convince Michelle to start a butterfly garden from painted lady caterpillars. When the caterpillars had emerged into beautiful yellow and black spotted butterflies, the children let them out of their netted habitat and into the yard. Manny continued to look up into the sky for what seemed like hours swearing that he could still see each one of their speckled friends. Life she had thought couldn’t get any better. In one tragic event she was ironically proven right.
Ross her husband of seven years was killed, and so died all their dreams and plans for the future.