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|Most of us probably think of trampolines in a positive light, but imagine what it would be like if you were stuck on one and simply couldnt get off. Thats the situation Mary Margaret Denson found herself in when, at age forty-eight, her husband of twenty-six years died of kidney cancer.Life on the Trampoline: Going from "We" to "Me"tells how Mary survived her husbands death and learned to face her own uncertain future with grace, hope, and humor, all while bouncing on the proverbial trampoline. It wasnt easy. Between her broken heart, two teenage sons to raise, and a monumental pile of debt, it took her seven years to come to terms with Marks loss. With poignant stories and a sharp wit, she shares the hard-earned lessons she learned and how she came to understand that no matter how much she bounces or how hard she lands, she will always bounce back up.And so can you!|
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