An Exquisitely Raw Yet Profound Story
In the dead of night and through a snow storm she traveled by herself to Canada. The only comfort she had was a full tank of gas, a cell phone and the company of her memories to ease the anxiety she felt.
A gripping tale of a young woman's journey to life through the death of her father. An empowering tale weaved from hardships in her past and revelations in her present.
Molly Larkin, co-author, The Wind Is My Mother; The Life and Teachings of a Native American Shaman wrote:
This inspiring story of a young Native American mother finding her voice and taking a brave stance towards end of life care is a must read for anyone dealing with the impending death of a loved one. Beautifully written, it accurately describes the range of emotions that family members, and their loved one, go through during the end of life process. The inclusion of Native American traditions make the story that much richer. The Path of the Turquoise Warrior helps the reader find the miracles in everyday life.