I had the great pleasure of reading “Let Them Fly – A Mother’s Account of Twins & Disabilities” by Karen Stephenson.
I can relate to the words that Karen wrote not as the mother of someone with a physical disability but the person with the disability themselves. What is unique for me about this book was that I know Karen and Sam and Des personally. In reading this I tried to remove that thought from my mind and have tried to write this post, openly as Karen did in her book.
What the book taught me
Shared experiences are valuable, even though I’ve known these three remarkable woman since I was a child; I got a glimpse into lives that mirrored my own yet was different enough that the light-hearted parts still remained just that.
This book was a quick read even for me that self-proclaimed one that hates to read, I couldn’t put it down reading about a similar story to my own was surprisingly refreshing. I highly recommend you look in getting a copy of this great read.
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