The Grace of God and the extraordinary world of modern medicine, as well as love, hope and strength made our miracle possible. Each year, we would recall exactly what we were doing when the phone rang that morning. We would reminisce over each incident, right up to the time when the surgery doors swung closed behind him. It was all so remarkable; we never wanted to forget even the smallest detail. And Then We Danced will tell you how two people loved more deeply, drawing from each other's strength as their shared hope became a reality. Along with the miracle, however, came new challenges. Three years after Zann lost her mother to lung disease, she realized it was that experience that would help her prepare for a brand-new challenge. Her husband, who had also been diagnosed with lung disease, began to consider a lung transplant. She knew that, as the primary care giver, she would need an outlet to record the events that would transform their lives. She would need time for quite reflection, so she began writing in a journal. Over the years, Zann wrote hundreds of pages dealing with the treatment, its crises and successes, as well as the ordinary family and social events that fill up our lives, which she shares through her book. Zann currently spends her free time writing, as well as volunteering with Carolina Donor Services and Lung Transplant Patient Support groups. Her professional career includes finance and health insurance.