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To Walk Again in 30 Years: Medical Miracle

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ISBN 10: 1434349160 / ISBN 13: 9781434349163
Editorial: Unknown, 2003
Nuevos Condición: Brand New Encuadernación de tapa blanda
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120 pages. 8.00x5.00x0.28 inches. In Stock. N° de ref. de la librería zk1434349160

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Título: To Walk Again in 30 Years: Medical Miracle

Editorial: Unknown

Año de publicación: 2003

Encuadernación: Paperback

Condición del libro:Brand New

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Sinopsis:

Life should be about patience, appreciation and smiles. Imagine, your are in the prime of your life. You have everything going well for you; your health, family and a very bright future. Then you lose two of the three. Your family and friends are there for you as you try to cope with your loss, the inability to walk, along with personal problems which compounds matters. For thirty years, you have to use crutches, a wheelchair and eventually you are almost glued to your bed. You try to go about your life as if all is O.K. The pain, the frustration, the disappointments all takes their toll on you. You are told by one of your doctors that "you will always be a cripple". Then one day, the seemingly unimaginable happens. You are watching televisiion and something you see initiates you to eventually regain the ability to "walk again after thirty years".

About the Author:

I was born in Montgomery, Alabama to Mr. Loveless Sr. and Linnie Babies. One of six brothers and four sisters, it was not easy, but not as difficult as it could have been. I grew up loving football, I also played in a marching band. My school was closed in 1970 because of integration. I was forced attend another school. Everyone would always tell me how golden my arm was and that I should compete for the quarterback position. I wanted to play quarterback for my new high school, but due to much racism at the time, that position was not permitted for me. Because of several issues at school, I was eventually dismissed from the team. After graduation, I entered the U.S.M.C. There is where I saw how good my throwing arm was. It was a rocket, and very accurate. But it was eventually dislocated, as well as both hips. I was not the same since. I have been married for thirty-four years (2008) to a very beautiful as well as pretty young lady and we have three beautiful children (one daughter and two sons). A beautiful daughter-in-law and grand-daughter. After serving four years in the U.S.M.C., I decided to make Montgomery, Alabama my permenant home. I am very happy that I did. I have been involved in some high school acting as well as play directing, which I really did love doing. One of my favorites parts was playing the role of "Othello," a character in one of Shakespeare's plays. My first writings was in 1987, entitled "It Could Have Been Me". However, I never published it due to personal circumstances.

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