I like to consider myself an old fashioned “Story Teller.” There really is no right or wrong way to be a story teller other than you can have NO perceived idea about the narrative or how it will end. They say, “This is pure and simple story telling at its best.”
This is an undressed, heartwarming story about a grandma whose grandson comes back as an angel on God’s Wind Team. They also say, “You will never look at the WIND in the same way again.”
For those of you who have lost a child this is a must read story told just for you with the help of God. ….. Let the story begin.
“This book is a delight to read, a wonderful tribute to Sharon’s grandson, as she remembers him in a very imaginary way and expresses her belief that he is now among the saints in light.”
Pastor Karla Kirkeby, Grace Lutheran Church –Tomahawk, Wisconsin
Sharon suffered a great loss with the tragic loss of her grandson. Tyler. The story she write touches the raw emotions of grief. This book takes one on the journey of “loss to redemption.” Through “the story” we learn more about Tyler’s journey of loss as well as the family’s. It is a remarkable journey of healing.
Father Jerry Harris RN St. Bridget Catholic Church – River Falls, Wisconsin and St. Mary’s Immaculate Conception Church.
“In an attempt to quiet a grieving family and community, storyteller Sharon Lamer puts her voice into words. Lamer tells the heartwarming tale of Tyler’s return visit that stills the reader’s heart. Thru a grounded faith shared by both, Lamer spins an incredible uplifting tale of hope for all.…”
Kari Krueger MSN, RN, Classroom and clinical instructor for the Associate Degree in Nursing. Nicolet College – Rhinelander, Wisconsin.