Surveys repeatedly show that most Americans respect science and the benefits it brings to society, such as new technologies and medical treatments. Science and religion have traditionally, and often incorrectly, been viewed as enemies.
Part 2 The purpose of this book is not to boast of any accomplishments I have made, for it is only through the constant support and encouragement of my family, teachers and friends that I have achieved. Rather, I write this to illustrate that individuals with disabilities can succeed and live productive lives in a world not fully prepared for them.
It is my hope that it will serve as an encouragement to others with disabilities as well as all those without disabilities. I wish to dedicate this book in memory of my parents, Charles and Annette, for their love and unselfish sacrifices in giving me every opportunity to go beyond what anyone thought possible.
All the glory goes to God, our Father, without whom I could do nothing. Mom and Dad embedded those words into my young, impressionable mind early. If I tried hard enough, I could do anything. Growing up with cerebral palsy, I learned to work hard to get what came naturally for everybody else.
The day I took my first unbalanced step at 17 months, my parents were overjoyed.
Mom ran to the telephone to call Grandmother Altman. In time, I proved I could do things the doctors, my parents, and even I, never thought possible. I saw what God made in me as part of a plan. God never promised an easy road, but he gave me the assurance that he would never leave me.
My family lived a quiet life in a small town in the Texas Panhandle. The Panhandle was about as far north as you could go and still be in Texas. It was a dull, uninteresting part of the country.
Nothing but flatlands for miles in any direction. Sparsely spread trees and few hills or valleys, only the wind howling across the open fields. Mom had lived in the sleepy, little town of Pampa, Texas, all her life! Annette was the oldest of four Altman girls.
Grandmother and Granddad worked hard to send their children to school in long, frilly dresses with ruffles and lace that Grandma stitched by hand.
But they had a wealth of love. Mom was brought up in the old ways, taught to revere God and respect others. She knew the value of hard, honest work and tried to instill the same values in me.
Dad came to Texas as a boy.
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