Moretz, Laura Knight
February 2007
Guideposts;Feb2007, Vol. 61 Issue 12, p42
The article discusses the lesson on relationship learned by the author from blind chair caner Gilbert Poplin. The author had her chairs caned by Poplin. When she and children Will and Thomas met him, she was surprised to find out that he was blind. Still, she let him cane the chairs. Before they left, he touched her children and told her to cherish them before they will soon grow up. The author promised to do what she was told.


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