Since that day seven years and three more children, I conceded to the complicated life of dependency. The disease has made it impossible for me to drive, read small print, and even clearly see the faces of my children. Each day I tell myself that walking a mile to and from my children's school is a blessing. Although, it is just enough time to give the twins a little lunch and turn back around for another two-mile roundtrip.
This is the story of our niece, Courtney, a 28-year-old wife and mother of four children. She never complains nor requests anything for herself. Recently, however, we have received exciting news. There have been advancements in the optometry field. Special bioptic lenses, for the blind, have been created that will give Courtney the ability to drive and see more clearly. However, the cost, of $5,500, is more than she can afford. We, the family, have started a GoFundMe account to help Courtney and her husband with the burden of this sizable expense. Would you please consider contributing to help Courtney purchase these glasses and enable her to receive her sight? We are grateful for any contribution great or small.
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