All I could do was love you: the true story of a daughter's courage and a mother's devotion
Sitting for hours by a hospital bed, Marlys Lehmann wrote of her grief and outrage over a careless accident that would rob her daughter--a bubbly, active teenager--of a normal youth. Little did Marlys imagine that Alison, whose leg was to be amputated, would soon be back on skis, gliding down a snow covered slope.
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