Friday, July 8, 2016


It's summer time and what is better than reading a good book by the pool while you're on vacation?!
Life can be crazy. I've written about that a few times and we all know it because we experience it. What do we do about it? This is a story about Andrew and Rachel Wilson's life as two of their children were diagnosed with recessive autism. It tells about their brutally honest highs and lows with raising children with special needs. They share stories of encouragement and hope throughout the book and remind us that God is always there for us. This book is a touching read that will let you know that WE ALL have struggles. None of us are perfect. Situations in life might not be what we expected or go exactly as planned, but that doesn't mean it is bad. There is always hope and reading this will make you feel that comfort.
The Life We Never Expected by Andrew and Rachel Wilson is available in kindle and paperback versions. The paperback book is 160 pages and is light so you can carry it in your purse or computer bag without taking up too much space.

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Tara said...

Sounds like a great read!!

Peggy said...

I think this would be good for my niece to have. She has a son with autism. She has to had to fight for all kinds of help for him.

Alicia said...

As a parent of a child with special needs, I'm interested in reading this book myself.

Unknown said...

Will this book make me ugly cry? You know chin and everything.

Anonymous said...

Sounds like a great read.

Unknown said...

My husband and I houseparent adults with disabilities and I would love to have the parent perspective while they were younger. They still have to advocate for everything!