A splendidly colored sidewalk.

Six-year-old Celia presented the
gift to her mother with pride — and received only anger in return. Why
couldn’t Mama love her? By the time she was a teenager, Celia thought the gap between herself and Mama could not be wider. When once-in-a-lifetime love found
Celia, her mother opposed it. The crushing losses that followed drove
Celia, guilt-ridden and grieving, from her Bradleyville home.

thirty-five, she must return to nurse her father after a stroke. But the
deepest need for healing lies in the rift between mother and daughter.
God can perform such a miracle. But first Celia and Mama must let go of
the past — before it destroys them both.