Item description for The Road Home by Sharon John...
Overview Cowgirl, nurse, abused wife, and brain-injured victim of a hit-and-run driver were all part of Pegs life over the years. Yet one of her biggest challenges hadn't been the physical or psychological change that came about, but one rather of unfinished business after her life-threatening injury. When the solution did come, it was from an unexpected source.
Publishers Description Cowgirl, nurse, traveler, single mother, abused wife, and victim of an impaired hit and run driver which resulted in Traumatic Brian Injury were all part of Peg's life over the years, yet one of her biggest challenges hadn't been the physical or psychological change that came about, but one rather of unfinished business after her life threatening injury. When the solution did come, it was from an unexpected source-in an unexpected way. Artist and freelance writer Sharon John has been able to successfully incorporate some of her own varied experiences into "Peg's" memoirs on "The Road Home," and she currently is in the process of writing final chapters to yet another book, whose story-line also takes place in Alaska. Oil painting, glass art and her animals are areas giving her great satisfaction, and she continues to enjoy the great outdoors as much as possible.
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The Road Home Nov 23, 2007
Short, but the book gives an excellent "first person" account of what people with Traumatic Brain Injury deal with on a day to day basis. TBI is an issue many returning service men deal with daily, and one we'd better pay attention to. The way the writer goes back in time during her recovery, giving the reader a view of her life prior to the hit and run incident, was interesting and confirms the fact that no-one knows how their lives will actually end; however, harboring ill against those who've brought pain into our lives is not beneficial to us if we want to live life fully. This lady certainly has lived an interesting life.