a new leaf

Amadeo, Diana M.
November 2006
Guideposts;Nov2006, Vol. 61 Issue 9, p58
The article discusses the author's experience of walking with her six-year daughter to the school bus using crutches while experiencing severe pain due to multiple sclerosis and neuropathy. She mentions that hugs from her daughter always make her feel better. She says that the leaf with a perfectly shaped heart which stubbornly held on her crutch reminds her of the restorative promise of God.


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