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"One sunny day in April, my sweet husband Bryan passed away from a sudden heart attack, leaving my little boys and I very much alone. Though every day of our first several months without him was a struggle, we embraced each moment with faith, determined not to give in to spiritual defeat. With the advent of Christmas, however, we slipped into despair. The boys’ hearts began to crumble and my resolve began to weaken. Would Christmas become a time for us to hold back our tears with gritted teeth?
Then something wonderful happened that changed our lives forever. In our darkest moment, we were given the 12 Days of Christmas, twelve days of outrageous adventures that opened our hearts and turned our lives around. This book chronicles our miraculous journey of the heart, from bitter despair in March through to sweeping euphoria in February one year later
Now we are paying what was given to us forward, reaching out to transform the lives of thousands. Since 12 Months was written, our story has grown into In12Days, a national network of sponsors who come together to bring drumming drummers, partridges in pear trees, and everything in between to those in need of a miracle at Christmas.
I hope that you will find inspiration in our story."