I was approached about writing my memoir because I have had an extraordinary life, as you will soon read. (Missionary to India, Police Detective in St. Louis, Rock Star in Nashville…Aneurysm). Yes, I had a cerebral aneurysm at age 43 that changed my ‘over-the-top’ life in an instant. Now, hearing that, most of you would think that my amazing times were over, but to the contrary, it was a blessing in disguise. Read my story and see why.
                                                                           - Shelley O'Sullivan

As I began to write down Shelley's story I had no idea how long this would take or what to expect. I didn't know how she would react to my continuous probing for facts and information. The cerebral aneurysm left her with only scattered memories of a life long gone. I found her honest story-telling to be both mind boggling yet somehow ethereal. I have grown to love Shelley's child-like spirit. Her wit and sense of humor are evident in the pages of this  thought provoking, "whip-lash" of a memoir. - Tamlin Allbritten
"When God closes a door,
somewhere He opens a window."

(from the Sound of Music, I think)