Judy Berna is the amputee wife of an archaeologist, the mother of four children, ages 13-22, and the author of her first book, "Just One Foot: How Amputation Cured My Disability." After living in NH, MO, D.C., UT and NY, she and her family have finally settled in a mountain town in Colorado.
Sure, it's a love story about two teens with cancer. But did they get the details right?
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Once you've run a marathon or two, what's your next challenge? Maybe helping a blind runner complete the same race.
A Paralympic commercial that will make you see these athletes in a new way.
From my personal experience, kids are fascinated by prosthetics and how they work. Watching world-class athletes compete with their world-class hardware makes for some amazing family viewing. It's time to cheer for ...
Do you have a gift to share with the world but American Idol isn't available in your genre? Let's create our own Artist's Idol!