Judy feels good. She dives into community and family life after learning a skill she never needed in Toronto: driving. She becomes active in the local church, joining the choir, volunteering in the office, being the first to offer to cook the main meal for an event. And she joins the pastoral team to visit people in the local hospital. But she doesn’t stop visiting and thinking about her fellow lifeliners at Toronto General Hospital. Only the last chore of the day continues to cause her pain.