Leah The AntA children's story that helps raise awareness about epilepsy and shows that having epilepsy does not hold one back from reaching one's dreams.
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To not see your face rightfully hurts From not hearing your voice the inside aches To not see your face rightfully hurts All the strength is what it daily takes The distance away is far, far, too far From not … Continue reading