Crossing over the bridge leading into the “prettiest little town” of Paris, Ontario, two rivers join at the forks. Residents and visitors alike take time from their busyness to catch a glimpse of the beauty surrounding them, capturing the peacefulness in the air.
However, for Mary Blaney, her life was far from peaceful. With Mary cradled in her mother’s arms, the Blaney family left their home in Northern Ireland. Wanting to get a fresh start, they packed all their possessions in one suitcase, and boarded a ship destined for Canada. It was with hope that they would find a better life. However, after tragedy strikes, Mary, fondly known as Maizie, sets out in her journey for peace. Would the return to her birthplace bring the answers to questions about her mother and the peace she longs for? The memoirs of a young life threatened by loss, abuse and fear of succumbing to inherited addictions and how her faith is empowered by her trust in a sovereign God who promises to never leave her or forsake her.