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We all have our handicaps



Many of you have met Kelsey, but may have never realized she has a horrible disablility. Kelsey was born without the ability to smile normally in front of a professional photographer. Her mother and I have lived with this shame for years, but today we hang our heads no more.

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Tony Alva said…
How was she able to overcome this affiction? Meds? Jellybeans?
}{e@d$hot Zod said…
my brother didn't over get his frowning for the camera until his late 20's

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