Wednesday, July 18, 2018

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Bells and Whistles – mothers and fathers.

By iancochrane, published on Nov 4, 2013

Dragano is an editor initially from up north. He’s tall and rakish, the wisp of a moustache and sleek brown hair; has the habit of whistling unexpectedly, as he ponders the ways of an unjust world while stroking a precocious black cat. His villa is classic Tuscan, the bricks and terra cotta gables more orange than red. I soak up the sun while a younger woman serves coffee and biscotti, rubs Dragano’s shoulder and returns to the kitchen.

I mention Venice: Dragano’s birthplace and from where I’ve come. “Ah yes, but that was not to be.” He smiles wistfully and his eyes drift off to one... (more)

Tags: family, italy, truth, tuscany, cerebral palsy, san gimignano

A Story to Melt Your Heart

By Coach Phatty, published on May 1, 2013

... to help these people?

How many of us complain because of silly little things...zits...a sore muscle...a headache, etc. ?

It has always been very inspiring to me to watch people who have suffered hardships and unfortunate circumstances, use their determination and willpower to overcome their disabilities.

The video that I included in this story, really has two sweet messages...a father coming back from military duty and the heart touching moment when the father sees his son, who has Cerebral Palsy, walk for the first time!!




Tags: inspirational, heartwarming, cerebral palsy, soldier coming home

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