Judy Berna is the wife of an archeaologist, the mother of four children, ages 12-21, 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.
How do you teach your kid that giving can be fun? Give them a dollar and see where it takes them.
The book you should be reading if you haven't already turned its last page and been moved by its message.
Want this Halloween to be less about candy and more about celebration? Head to your local nursing home and see some bright smiles.
How do you keep older kids interested in continuing holiday traditions, like carving pumpkins on Halloween? You fire up the power tools, of course.
A peg leg can be a fun accessory for amputees. But in one dancer's case, they can also restore the joy of life.