I relive the night that changed my life forever . . . My son, my best friend-shot not once, not twice, but three times as the murderers ran with the only thing that could have kept his body from going into shock-his coat. My life has not been and will never be the same. To lose a child is the worst pain in the world. It's a pain embedded deep into your heart. A pain that hurts for days, weeks, months and years. I wanted to let go so many times. I couldn't; the thought of the four little faces I saw on December 29, 1989, reminded me it was not about me. I struggled, I cried, I was hurt, I was angry, I was depressed, I was suicidal, I was losing my faith, but I held on. And today, I want you to know that there is light at the end of the tunnel.
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It was sad, it hurt, it inspired, it told truth. - Prayerfully this book will help another mother as she take this terrible journey. So many of these kids don't value life. They call them juveniles, when they should be called adults with the crimes that they commit. Something has to be done to stop the senseless killing that leaves children dying in the streets. Sad but even after all of this time, another mother will lose her child in the same way because these children still don't value life. I wish that they could read the book so that they will learn of the after math of their actions. - Joyce
its something every kid and parent should want to read very good book would love to read more from this person