DALLAS - Jerutha Pratt said one day she wants to read a newspaper at the graveside of her brother.
She’s closer to doing that, as the 68-year-old Oak Cliff resident learns to read and spell.
“It’s always been ‘fake-it-until-you-make-it.’ Now, I’m making it, so I don’t have to fake it no more,” she said.
Read more about Jerutha's inspiring story on the Dallas Morning News.
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