Flowers say ‘I love you’
‘Many years ago I lay on a hospital bed unable to move – paralysed and facing the threat of being put into an iron lung…I think I wanted to die.’
Polio, contracted in her teens, left Beverley Parkin with her left arm permanently paralysed. It was a shattering blow. But it was also the start of a whole new life. She began not only to express her God-given creativity in the art of flower arranging but also to share her gift with others.
In these warm, personal reflections, richly illustrated with full colour photographs, Beverley Parkin combines her experience of a full and active life as a wife and mother of three with her love of nature and faith in the God who cares.
Hardcover, pages not numbered. In very good pre-loved condition.