It Takes a Village

The book is about to be released. As one of our last steps before publication, we had to put together our acknowledgment page. It turned out to be pages – four in fact. And we were still afraid that we were leaving people out.

Not only did we want to thank all those who helped us turn a manuscript into a book, but also all of those who helped guide this journey of transformation. And there were many.

Now, the book is just about ready to take flight, on the wings of a dream. As we let it go and share this story with all of you, we had to take a deep breath. For this story is our story, warts and all. But one that holds deep meaning – meaning, we hope, that may illuminate your journey.


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