Big Shoes: A Young Widowed Mother's Memoir

Big Shoes: A Young Widowed Mother's Memoir

by Lisa Bradshaw

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Big Shoes: A Young Widowed Mother's Memoir by Lisa Bradshaw

Big Shoes: A Young Widowed Mother’s Memoir is the compelling story of Lisa Bradshaw and her husband Wesley, who met as children and were married more than ten years. Big Shoes is a raw and candid look at the breaking hearts of two people in love, fighting for the life they had built with their young son. Bradshaw and her husband struggle as they courageously navigate his mysterious illness and attempt to prepare her and their son for a life without him. Bradshaw shares the extreme lows and eventual triumphs that follow his death, including her new life as a widowed single mother, dating for the first time since college, crossing the abyss of grief, and forming a non profit organization to help bring others to their own purpose. Big Shoes is not just a story of death and loss, it is about prevailing and finding true happiness, not in spite of what happens to us but because of what happens to us.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013524941
Publisher: 3 GEORGE MEDIA, INC
Publication date: 11/08/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 408
File size: 8 MB

About the Author

Lisa Bradshaw is a mother, cancer survivor, widow, and philanthropist. She is the founder of The DON'T WAIT Project®, a non profit organization urging us to revisit people, places, dreams, and ideas that may have long been forgotten. Bradshaw hosts her own terrestrial radio show, The Life with Lisa Show, and has been a guest on national television and radio, including The Rachael Ray Show and Oprah Radio. Her designs and her story have been featured in numerous magazines, including InStyle, Working Mother, and Parents. She is welcomed speaker on topics ranging from motherhood and surviving single life to patient advocacy and organ donor registry awareness.

Nearly eight years after the death of her husband, Bradshaw is now stronger, happier and eager to share what can be gained when one is willing to learn from the unimaginable. Bradshaw lives with her family in Washington.

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