OUT OF MY WORLD, INTO THEIRS
Hearing impaired since birth, Susan Langlois carved out a career in education despite inherent obstacles. She always felt as though she were looking into life from the outside because she could not identify with either the deaf or the hearing communities, floundering in a gray space between the two. Susan overcame a series of stumbling blocks to receive several certifications and recognitions, successfully hiding her hearing impairment to avoid the stigma of her disability. But one day after a fire drill, everything changed and Susan had to admit to some harsh realities. Facing down her fears one night, under the light of a full moon, she pleaded for answers, not knowing that a miracle was just around the corner.
It’s Harvey versus A Little Girl
“Harvey is coming! But everything is going to be all right!,” Mom exclaims to Malea. Her young daughter struggles to understand who and what Harvey is. As the water rises inside her home all around her, she wonders, “how is everything going to be all right?”
Experiencing the storm leads Malea to understand Harvey, and along the way she discovers something special about the human spirit, about overcoming adversity, and about herself.
Dolly Does Her Job