A cry from the heart of a carer, and how she tried to deal with her situation
Ann is stuck with an ailing husband in a place where she never wanted to be.
She grapples with her conscience and sense of duty. She tries to break free and live her own life, and thinks she's found fulfilment when she meets the crippled Arthur, who at least shows his appreciation for her company. But her problems are compounded, and her heart is torn in two. Her family has always been her life, but what is she to them?
God seems to be so very far away, but her prayers do get answered. Not, however, in ways that Ann might have expected.