Monday, March 28, 2016

With Each Passing Moment By Shelley Leonard GIVEAWAY!

Caregivers. Beyond tired, beyond stressed, they hunger for a glimmer of hope. You can see it in their eyes and hear it in their voices. They are stretched way too thin and panic simmers just under the surface. What if the next thing to go wrong makes them snap? With Each Passing Moment, a devotional memoir, offers hope and encouragement for weary caregivers. The short chapters are arranged alphabetically by emotional, physical, and spiritual needs that caregivers face daily.

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Hopelessly in love with the guy she married almost 50 years ago, Shirley Leonard has recently experienced a new kind of love affair: her first book. The title, With Each Passing Moment, (Help and Hope for Caregivers), comes from a line in an old hymn. Those lyrics helped her survive her long-distance-caregiving years as she juggled roles as pastor's wife, mom, and daughter. She loves to share the lessons she learned in those years with others who are on that road now.

Taking care of others sometimes is hard and sometimes its rewarding. Leonard wants to put your mind at ease with this read. We are not perfect and sometimes we need to refuel.
I would anything to have my parents still with me to take care of.
Leonard gives you a handbook ,guidebook if you will to help you with our everyday care.
I call this book inspiring and encouraging just for caregivers.
I gave this book 4 stars 
I was given a copy of this book by the author my honest review.  


  1. Like you Mary, I wish that my parents were still here with me today. I would gladly take care of them. I have the utmost respect for people who are caregivers. This sounds like a book that any caregiver would benefit from. Thank you for this review!

  2. I understand this book took care of !y mother who died of lung cancer 16 years ago . Would love to read her story .Blessings DanaGirl

  3. I don't need to read this one yet

  4. Sounds like a pretty good book. I look forward to reading it.

  5. I dont know that this is one for me. Thanks for the review Mary.

  6. This one was written for me. I take care of my mama and it seems at times overwhelming. I think I will get a lot out of this book. Thank you so much for the review.

  7. I don't now about this one. I do know my wife and I will take care of our parents when the time comes. Maybe I should get the book after all.

  8. I know a married couple that take care of the wife's father. I am going to buy the book for them.