Bringing Mom Home: How Two Sisters Moved Their Mother Out of Assisted Living to Care For Her Under One Amazingly Large Roof

Bringing Mom Home tells the true story of two Christian sisters who decide to care for their dying mother at home. Their families buy a big house, move in together, and bring their mother out of assisted living. The decision disrupts their lives and reveals long-festering hurts, but it also allows healing and growth as the Holy Spirit works. More

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About Susan Soesbe

Susan Soesbe grew up all over the US, as her father's military career took the family from North Carolina to California, to Missouri and back to California again. An elementary school teacher in Twentynine Palms stoked the creative fire in her entire sixth grade class. Mr. Flower instituted "ten minutes of talking," improvs, and blank books in which students were encouraged to write stories whenever they felt like it.

After almost thirty years in Northern New Jersey, Susan returned to California to help her sister take care of their mother, who had been busy developing dementia when they weren't looking. It forced Susan to rethink everything. Her first book, Bringing Mom Home, details that journey.

Susan is currently teaching English in Lithuania.

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