Dorothy Randle's story, "In Sickness and In Health," is featured in the bestselling series, "Chicken Soup for the African American Soul."
Her narrative is a love story about her marriage to husband, Herman. It focuses on their commitment to their wedding vows, despite Herman’s 11-year ordeal with kidney disease and the gift of life he received when given a kidney transplant.
Randle’s story is one of 88 chosen from over 3,000 submissions. Chicken Soup for the African American Soul is a collection of inspirational stories that highlight the day-to-day experiences of survival, magnificence, accomplishment, healing, love and family as-well-as historical stories passed down from generation to generation of tremendous significance to the black culture. Her moving story offers a sense of resiliency, healing, power and perseverance.
Chicken Soup for the African American Soul is available in bookstores nationwide. For more information, visit www.AfricanAmericanSoul.com.