Trust the Timing, A Memoir of Finding Love Again by JoAnne Macco
A true story about first loves, lost loves, and becoming ready for the love of your life.
David was JoAnne’s first love in the early seventies. When his family moved away, she felt like her heart would break. But as time passes, memories fade. They marry other people, raise families, and build successful careers. On their separate but often parallel journeys, JoAnne and David face unexpected heartache, fight off despair, and sort through personal baggage to learn lessons of love, faith, and perseverance. Then, thirty-nine years later, a surprising discovery reveals that everything happens for a reason.
This true story, told from the alternating perspectives of two high-school sweethearts, offers hope to anyone looking for a soulmate or grieving for a lost love. Trust the Timing will inspire the lonely to never give up because God has a plan and second chances are possible. But first, we need to become ready.
JoAnne Macco grew up in a military family. When she was twelve, her father told her that "nothing is impossible," and she believed him. As a child, she lived in six different states (plus Canada) and developed a lifelong love for animals, nature, art, and writing. As an adult, JoAnne worked for thirty years as a mental health/addictions counselor. Now she writes about relationships, spirituality, and hope. She also paints angels.