It was November 1995 when Donna Jean Fletcher/Everitts minister husband, Garry, was diagnosed with cancer. After the shocking diagnosis came rounds of grueling chemotherapy and the unfortunate reality that the cancer was still growing inside him. A little over ten months later, Garry succumbed to the disease, leaving Donna to face a new challenge: her grief.
Death brings feelings that none of us understand. In a touching and honest recount of her experiences both during and after her husband passed away from cancer, Donna shares a glimpse into her intimate private moments of grief and uncertainty. While offering a window into not only her grief but also her ultimate joy as she turned everything over to God for comfort, Donna provides encouragement to others in the same situation while emphasizing that grief, although emotionally draining and overwhelmingly frustrating at times, will not last forever and that hope is always within our reach.
Griefs Story: Joy Will Come shares a true story of love, loss, and sadness as a woman embarks on a poignant journey from the darkness of grief into the light of healing and faith.
The droplets of water in the bathroom sink seemed to be happy. They were dancing in the light I thought I would never want to dance again.