Mary D. Wasson, author, had a successful career working for a Fortune 500 company when she felt the calling to write books. It seemed foreign and almost impossible because as she remembers saying, “I am salesperson not a writer.” Well, God had other plans.
He needed only one thing from Mary – her obedience. Followed by her commitment, to write and rewrite and write again, her mother’s powerful, heart wrenching story. Mary never realized it would take more than ten years to complete her most important writing project.
In the months that turned into years, Mary would say to God, “Please don’t give up on me and I won’t give up on You.” The waiting period seemed long and sometimes lonely, but she patiently waited on His timing to publish the biography.
In the meantime, Jesus opened the opportunity for Mary to write and publish Potter’s Hand Poetry, which Mary calls “My love story between Jesus and me.” She was amazed how He poured the gift of writing into her life through poems. A few years later, Marvel in your Autistic Eyes was released to encourage families to marvel at the beauty and uniqueness of every child with autism.