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I have seen many miracles in my 82 years of life. So has my friend in Connecticut, Gail Beutel. We met when someone introduced us on the Internet 15 years ago and became good friends. We have a lot in common. We were both born in March 1932 and we both had four children. We also both have a daughter that had brain damage when she was young -- Julie was 27 and Heather was 18. We both had the doctors tell us that there was no hope of our child being a normal girl and leading a normal life. We both had doctors tell us our daughter would be a vegetable if she woke up. Our daughters, Heather and Julie, are miracles walking around.  . . .

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