And We Fly Away: Living Beyond Alzheimer's
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And We Fly Away: Living Beyond Alzheimer's  -     By: Ray Ashford
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This is the moving story of the punishing, yet extraordinarily graceful, final years and death of the author's wife. Ashford's own emergence from sorrow is marked by the conviction that death is not the end, but a marvelous beginning. This poignant work will speak to the hearts of those who are coping with aging, Alzheimer's, and bereavement. Ashford tells his story in spare, poetic prose and includes a "mini-anthology" of helpful quotations from scripture and literature.

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Title: And We Fly Away: Living Beyond Alzheimer's
By: Ray Ashford
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 80
Vendor: Augsburg Fortress
Publication Date: 2003
Dimensions: 6.50 X 5.50 (inches)
Weight: 4 ounces
ISBN: 0806645709
ISBN-13: 9780806645704
Stock No: WW45709

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And We Fly Away is the moving story of the punishing, yet extraordinarily graceful, final years and death of the author's wife. Ashford's own emergence from sorrow is marked by the conviction that death is not the end, but a marvelous beginning. This poignant work will speak to the hearts of those who are coping with aging, Alzheimer's, and bereavement. Ashford tells his story in spare, poetic prose and includes a "mini-anthology" of helpful quotations from scripture and literature.

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Ray Ashford is a retired clergyman of the United Church of Canada and lives in Kingston, Ontario.

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