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Michael Gregory sculpting in his studio.Many of the stories we tell on Texas Country Reporter fall into certain categories. While each tale is unique (because all people are unique), there are commonalities between them. One of my favorite kind of story is how people overcome obstacles in life.It’s odd that I am attracted to stories like that because I grew up with a person who overcame obstacles every day, yet I never even thought about it. When he was in his early twenties, long before I was around, my dad was in a terrible car accident and had his left arm amputated. He could do just about anything a person with two good hands could do—tie his shoelaces, button his shirt, drive a car—and I don’t remember ever thinking, “My…

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