Sunday, January 17, 2010

In Its Own Quiet Way, . .

. . . this is an amazing story.


Anonymous said...

that to you when I read it a couple of days ago. There's a local guy near us who is very similar and at first I thought it could have been about him. Our guy has a tiny hardware store with one marrow aisle you practically have to walk through sideways, but he knows where everything is and can go to it immediately.


Deb said...

The nicest thing about the story is that his family has provided a secure place for him where he can be play a pivotal part for his employer. What would he be doing now if his parents had followed medical advice in the 1940s and had their son placed in an institution?