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Published on May 21, 2011
Anne Holman, general manager at King's English Bookshop, introduces, Debbie Jorde, author of "Eight Fingers and Eight Toes: Accepting Life's Challenges" and her daughter, Heather Madsen (34) and son Logan Madsen (31), for a book reading and book signing. Anne starts by showing greeting cards made from Logan's art. (www.loganmadsenfineart.com) Debbie read from her book and spoke about Heather and Logan's births. She read a poem by Heather, who is a writer, and Logan's artist statement. They answered questions (shown in another video) The evening was enjoyed by all who attended. Debbie, Heather and Logan look forward to other book readings and public speaking. Making a positive difference in other people's lives makes their lives more meaningful and their day to day challenges easier. Heather and Logan have a rare syndrome called, Miller syndrome, a lung disease called Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia (PCD, and autism. Debbie's memoir shows overcoming obstacles and overcoming challenges. She lives with her husband Lynn Jorde in SLC, Utah. See: blog.debbiejorde.com for more information about this inspiring story.