In Adventures in Darkness, Tom Sullivan takes listeners through the adventures of his monumental 11th year. Blind since birth, Tom lived in a challenging world of isolation and special treatment. But he was driven to break out and live as sighted people do. Listening to this book is a hair-raising, heart-warming experience that culminates with the story of Tom's reliance on God to realize his dreams of a "normal" life.
A Marine's "Alive Day" celebrates survival after an almost certain death. It's a time of hope and joy. But Antwone Carver's isn't celebrating. Home from war but not quite whole, Antwone's having trouble dealing with his new physical limitations. Psychiatrist Brenden McCarthy can relate. He thought he'd lost everything when he was blinded in a mountain climbing accident. But with God's help, he's now living a satisfying life and feels called to help Antwone do the same.
The star of television's The Golden Girls recounts the tale of Dinah, a seeing eye dog who, no longer able to work for her blind master after going blind herself, was adopted by White.
A compelling, heart-warming story for anyone who's ever loved a dog . . . or lost sight of what matters most in life. At the height of a physical conquest for any mountain climber, one misstep took Brendan McCarthy on a tumble that cost him his sight-and just about everything he held dear. But a special dog named Nelson helped pull him back to life and show Brendan how to see what really matters.
"Inside Marco Rubio’s Messy American Express Statements" is from the November 09, 2015 Politics and Power section of The Washington Post. It was written by Manuel Roig-Franzia, Sean Sullivan and Tom Hamburger and narrated by Sam Scholl.