By Jennifer Anderson
The facility of dwelling a “YES” lifestyles!
This heartfelt e-book tells the real tale of a rare little girl’s overall healthiness conflict and her inspiring determination to regularly say “YES” to existence. Lily Anderson used to be simply 8 while she all started her brave struggle. with her kin, pals and group, she confronts a life-altering problem in a fashion that might encourage and contact you profoundly.
Inside this great tale you will find:
• An inspiring little girl’s view on easy methods to reside lifestyles
• the toughest conflict a relations will ever need to struggle
• How one small lady can contact thousands of lives by way of her infectious character
• strong glimpses of heaven visible via Lily’s adventure as she was once crossing over to be with Jesus
• Friendships that may final ceaselessly
• wish in the event you are nonetheless scuffling with, and knowing while existence doesn’t cross as deliberate
• Peace figuring out that there's lifestyles after our time right here on earth—a mysterious eternity few comprehend
Jennifer Anderson grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and attended the college of Pittsburgh the place she got her measure in communique technological know-how. She married her husband, Joey, in 2000, and so they began their relations. Lily used to be their first package of pleasure born in might 2001, via her sister, Audrey, in February 2007. Jennifer has been a winning genuine property agent considering that 1996 and Joey owns a thriving customized cabinetry corporation. The Andersons dwell in Atlanta, Georgia.
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Charles Here’s a tip: if you meet a king and can’t remember his name, you might as well guess Charles. You’ve got a pretty good shot. I’ve arrived at the Charles section and it’s a disturbingly long one—forty-eight Charleses, to be exact, spread over twenty-four pages, hailing from just about every European country that could afford a cape with some ermine trim, including Germany, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Sweden, Holland, Hungary, and Austria. It’s sort of helpful that a lot of the Charleses have nicknames, which I consider trying to turn into some sort of Dr.
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