"When A Mother Cries" The True Life Story Ryan A. Snook
Ryan was born normal; while in the hospital he contracted a deadly illness, from one of the hospital staff. By the time he was treated for his illness it had eaten away 2/3 of his brain. Ryan was given less then a 2% chance to live to reach the age of two, and no chance to live past five!
You see children like Ryan do not live-long lives, most die by the age of ten, less then 3% live to age twelve. We researched through hundreds of medical cases, of children like Ryan, and found no recorded case of a child living past the age of twelve.
Ryan was Medically blind, yet God allowed him to see. Medically deaf, yet God allowed him to hear. He was always full of laughter, smiles and a loving heart for others. A moment with Ryan and life seemed to have real hope.
Ryan had stopped breathing, and his little heart had stopped three other times, yet Ryan would not let go of life. This time on Easter 2004, Ryan took the hand of Jesus, and never looked back.
More then eighty five thousand people have logged on to the k-fish radio station web site to read what little is posted about Ryan?s life. Over one thousand people, many we have never met, call Ryan their best friend.
Ryan has helped to raise thousands of needed dollars for disabled children, and has appeared on TV, posters, billboards, mail outs, pamphlets, promotional tapes, news papers, and magazines.
He was a gift that will keep on giving to all of us the rest of our lives. Ryan left his mark, and never missed out on living. He changed thousands of lives, though he could not talk, brought joy in the mist of sorrow, laughter to those around him to help them through the most trying times, and left shoes to big to ever fill!
The story of his life, from birth until his departure, "When A Mother Cries" will bring you laughter, joy and tears as you relive his life. Soon to be a New York Times best seller, can now be yours to share with those you love.