The Washerwoman’s Son

We would be astounded at the incredible things we can achieve if we really want to.

By

Oliver T. Spedding

Jeff Jones had a serious defect; his right leg was much shorter than his left and required him to wear a specially constructed boot with a sole six inches thick.

A small boy whose widowed mother took in washing to earn a living, Jeff was hesitant but with a cheerful and uncomplaining nature.

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Oliver Thomas Spedding

Oliver Thomas Spedding

Variety is the spice of life. Here you’ll find fiction, non-fiction, self-help, humor, religion, finance, myths and legends and much more. Widen your horizons.