Fate brings a man and a woman together. A startling discovery is held in recurring, haunting dreams that two people experienced individually long before they meet. The merging of these dreams would shape the rest of their relationship.
A routine surgery reveals a frightening discovery that leaves them fighting for the woman’s life. Trust in the strength of their love helps them to overcome a fatal disease.
They begin to experience a normal everyday life together, filled with infinite possibilities and challenges. End of story?
During a routine medical exam a discovery is made that will once more change the course of their relationship and bring it to a heartbreaking conclusion. Was this what the dreams were about, all along? Did they come together in order to complete an unfinished relationship? This is a story based upon the true experiences of two very real people. They could be you.
Alan Linsley is a writer of both prose and poetry, as well as an artist and teacher. He lives in a small Northern California town where he is raising the last of his five children as a single father. He teaches Poetry, U.S. Government/History and Philosophy in a small rural alternative high school. He is also active in the therapeutic community where he practices a form of bodywork that he describes as holding as non-doing, by which his clients can achieve a level of deep stillness. Here they can remember the integrity that resides within their body as health.
Kathleen Wilson was born Kathleen Cross in South Florida in 1951. While attending art school at the University of Michigan she was diagnosed with an eye disease that would leave her almost totally blind. This did not stop her from pursuing a career as a working artist. In 1991 she went to Romania, where is found and adopted her daughter. In 1994 she met the man who would author this book with her. Kathleen passed away in 1998.