A Breath Away
Susan Elaine Collins was raised in a Christian home, and God was the center of her life. She always believed that God had a plan for her and her family. She felt safe and secure in that knowledge. In 1997, her youngest son, William Dale, 19, was killed in a traffic accident. Shaken to the innermost part of her being, Susan writes in her book how his death affected her life and the lives of her family. This is the story of her pain and struggle during that difficult time. Through prose and poetry, she relates the impact that God, her family, and good friends had on her life and her ability to cope with the loss of Dale. She tells how she learned to live again after Daleas death.
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