What do you do when life changes and you find yourself travelling solo? How do you adjust after many years of shared life with someone deeply loved? This was the challenge that Jo Cundy faced after the unexpectedly early death of her husband, Ian. Since then, Jo has been on a journey exploring a very different way of life, and learning that God does not abandon us, but remains active in our lives. Indeed, God has not let the grass grow under her feet! This is a book about journeying, where the reality and metaphor of travel mingle. By sharing stories and reflections on the opportunities that have opened up for her in this season of life, Jo seeks to encourage fellow travellers to acknowledge the challenges, but also to welcome life's new experiences and adventures with hope and faith.
About the Author
Jo Cundy is the widow of Ian Cundy who was Bishop of Peterborough until his death in 2009. She is a retired solicitor and spent 10 years involved in the NHS in Non-Executive roles. She now lives in County Durham and has three grown up children and five grandchildren.