Devastated by the death of Jan, her husband of thirty-seven years, author Ann Tremaine Linthorst felt compelled to find a fresh sense of the meaning of her own life. A longing for a new love affair surprisingly launched her on an inward journey through her past. She found her many life adventures recast as spiritual epiphanies.In My Love Affairs with Life: A Spiritual Memoir, Linthorst takes us along on her daily nature walks, her year of seminary study in Scotland, and a family pilgrimage to medieval English cathedrals. She shares seminal insights from novels by C. S. Lewis and Charles Williams and the poetry of Mary Oliver. Linthorst introduces us to the spiritual teachers who brought healing and transformation, and opens up about the funny and painful romance that led to her marriage to Jan, a Jesuit priest from Holland.Throughout My Love Affairs with Life: A Spiritual Memoir, Linthorst allows herself to be shown where God has consistently met her in beauty and love. Enter into the very process of spiritual self-discovery and find a fresh perspective on your own life story.