Allison Swanson felt her life was arranged the way it was supposed to be. She was a professional woman in her early fifties who accepted the daily routine of life: working and coming home to her two beloved cats. After one failed marriage and a bittersweet romance, she felt “safe” with her existence.
That all changed when she met Daniel Kelley, a hero, an irritant, and, eventually, her love.
Daniel brought with him a ready-made family, which included his six-year-old grandson, Elliott. Allison began a personal evolution that changed her perception about everything. Alli’s life songs paint the portrait of this evolution. Life circumstances would bring Allison immense joy and heartbreaking tragedy.
Along the way, she discovered the heroes in her life. Her faith—sometimes fragile, sometimes imperceptible, but always present—would carry her through.