This is a book about family, grief, faith and a million other things. It charts the course that my life took during the last few months of my grandfather's life, and what things went through my mind during that period. I originally wrote these words on my blog as a way of making sense of what was going on around me; when my grandfather died, I turned those words into a book for my family.
But this isn't just a book for my family. It is for anyone who has ever lost a loved one. It is for anyone who wants to remember. It is for anyone who wants to know what love looks like in its truest and best form.
It is a honest peek into what it means to grieve a loss more powerful than you can imagine - and how to find the strength to continue on.
Jason Brooks is a husband, father and writer. Since graduating from of the University of Georgia, he has published creative non-fiction and short fiction in print and online. He usually writes about the theme of family. He is the Youth Pastor at Chestnut Grove Baptist Church in Grayson, Georgia, where he lives with his wife, Rachel, and their two children, Ella and Jon. You can read his daily blog at http://jasonbrooks.wordpress.com.