The Burning Point: It’s Only My Heart

Screen Shot 2017-06-27 at 10.12.32 PMIf you look at it from one direction, it’s been just over six months of work. But that’s not true. Like everything in life, it all depends on your vantage point, and for me this is almost 30 years of life. It is my heart on a plate. But even that isn’t completely true. It’s a facet of my heart—a very important facet that informs who I am today and who I hope I can be in the future—but it’s still only a fragment of the depth and beauty of a life well lived. This is my offering…

Gulp… here goes nothing.

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8 thoughts on “The Burning Point: It’s Only My Heart

  1. SQUEE!!!!! (And I never squee!)

    I am so excited! I just opens the Kindle Library on my iPad and I mad the best discovery! Your NEW BOOK had been promptly delivered by Amazon! I can’t wait to read it! Bye for now – I’m off to read away my Saturday night!
    (And, no, I did not use too many exclamation points above)

  2. Tracy, I just read the first chapter of your book, and you are the strongest person I know, although I don’t really know you. I’ve just followed you for years. I have the whole thing waiting on my kindle to get into after work today. I can’t wait to read more, but I don’t want to read more, because I am unable to perceive how difficult your struggle has been. Your writing touches my soul, as well as your courage and strength – the way you have travelled to where you are, with your family, is wonderful. Brava!

  3. Thank you, Vernalie. I know you’ve been commenting here for years and years, and I am so grateful for your kind words. Please let me know what you think when you finish!

  4. Wow!!just wow! Words fail me. This was such an honest portrayal and beautiful tribute to David in your life. I spent the day pouring over the words, my John allowing me the time to read and just be. Your writing is beautiful as ever and I was crying by the last chapter. Love you!

  5. I just finished your beautiful book. (Snuck in the last few chapters during a less than engaging sacrament meeting talk.) My heart is full and in ways my soul split open by your candor and eloquent writing. Thank you for sharing your story. I’m already telling people I know that they should put this at the top of their reading lists.

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