This sensitive, honest and heartfelt devotional doesn’t pull any punches. It encounters all aspects of raising a chronically ill child and helps others understand the day-to-day struggles and joys. It is eight weeks of reality: the good, the bad and the ugly. At the end of each weeks devotions, you’ll fi nd a short chapter of Kathy’s family’s continuing story of raising their eight children, three of whom have cystic fi brosis (CF). This book will touch you. It will make you laugh, cry and feel less alone. You will feel understood and know that your journey is shared by other who experience similar emotions. You can give this book to family members and friends whom you feel lack understanding of your family’s dynamics. You will feel comforted to know that God and others walk this diffi cult path along with you.
Kathy Hardy and her husband, Tom, raised their family in Hayward and Modesto, both in California. They moved to Fortuna, CA in the fall of 2016. Kathy has acted on stage for ten years and in Hollywood for three years.