Few of us ever see ourselves the way we really are. Ellie Mae felt quite unremarkable in shadows of her legendary family whose accomplishments filled the pages of Dover’s history. Still, she was content with her life on Bowers Beach where her view of the bay kept her near to the family waiting for her beyond the horizon. But it was Charlie, her beloved daughter who anchored her soul on this side of heaven. Charlie was remarkable and strongly independent – until the day she finds her mother locked in the prison of Early Onset Alzheimer’s Disease and revealing just how much she needed the mother she never really knew. The mother whose music was kept it hidden in a red satin box. The mother whose journals held the heart of a prayer warrior. And the mother who silently shared the pain of what happened on November 16th. 1999. Still Waters was the perfect place for Ellie Mae to navigate her way through Alzheimer’s. But it was the window overlooking the lake where true healing began. Through the glass she saw what no one else could see – the ways of God are not bound by time, or space, or disease. And in this mysterious journey Ellie and Charlie find the way that leads to home. Every 67 seconds someone will be diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s is the 6th leading cause of death among Americans. And, of the five million Americans living with Alzheimer’s, 200,000 of them are under the age of 65. The far reaching effects of Alzheimer’s cause many wonder where God is in the midst of it all. Ellie’s Window offers hope to those facing this devastating disease.