FREE Express Shipping for Club Members
Not a member? Join Today!
Hogue's journey with Walter opened her eyes to the life-altering affects of cancer and the spiritually exalting strength of love. "Six months ago I was in such pain that if I had known the exact combination of pills to take to successfully end my life, I would have gladly taken them," Walter had written. "I called Hospice Family Care] instead it was time to show my gratitude for how much my life has changed since then."
Written in her own words, Goodbye, Walter: The Inspiring Story of a Terminal Cancer Patient documents Hogue's interviews with Walter and Hospice Family Care, and the changes in her own relationships during that time. She celebrates Walter's zest for life, the love and care he received, and the spiritual awakening she experienced. The memory of Walter's dignity and the strength Hogue earned through her experience with Walter supported her during a time of crisis in her own life -- and they can strengthen you, too.
"Death doesn't work on our timetables," Hogue teaches us. "It comes when either God appoints it or when man causes it to happen before its time. Either way, only God holds the keys of life and death and can lock or unlock those doors, and receive His beloved children back into His fatherly arms."