In 'Joy Enough' McColl writes about the woman her mother was, and the choices that she had to make while taking care of her mother in her final battle with cancer. This is a moving memoir about love, and family, and coping with end of life care. It is heart-wrenching and not to be missed.
McColl's book is made with the small details: the kindnesses, the fragile hopes, and day to day successes and failures in caring for loved ones with a terminal illness. McColl throughout this ordeal re-examines her life and, without minimizing her conflicts or attempting answers where there are none, finds a new path for herself.