When my daughter, Elizabeth, was young, I used to dread the transition from her school program to her summer program as much as she was looking forward to it. Elizabeth was blind and in a wheelchair. She didn’t speak and used a lot of medical equipment to eat and breath and well, just live.
Most of us, probably, would have seen the astonishing cottages in storybooks. Now, you can transform the picturesque storybook charm into reality and stay in your very own cottage. These cottages make for an ideal choice to live in the mountains or near a beach or a lake.
We all struggle. It doesn’t matter who you are, how much money you have, or how good you look to the outside world. Life is hard—even painful sometimes.