“A blood transfusion in 1983 brought the AIDS virus into the lives of the Simon family, infecting Doug Simon, his wife Nancy and their youngest child Candace. The two older sons, Brian and Eric, were spared. With the nightmarish discovery, the Simon’s uncomplicated life in a rural Minnesota town would change forever. The fear of rejection kept the Simons in a shadow of privacy at first. Slowly they began to let go of their secret, telling friends and eventually speaking out at schools and churches. This is the story of how an ordinary family is learning to cope with the extraordinary challenge of living with AIDS.”