Woody Livingston earned a college degree, had a short but successful stint as a prizefighter, traveled to Russia three times during the height of the Cold War, played hockey for charity with the Washington Capitals, and flew a small plane—all while being completely deaf and going blind.
Before turning 30, Woody—struggling to live in the hearing and sighted world due to discrimination he encountered from potential employers—is homeless, jobless, and at the end of his rope, wondering whether life is worth living. He realizes that he has to live by faith and not by sight, that he must reach out for a different kind of help before it's too late.
I Can't See You, I'm Deaf is a gripping true tale of perseverance, survival, and triumph in the face of overwhelming odds, showing that one doesn't need eyesight to truly see. I Can't See You, I'm Deaf is filled with grace, humor, and a whole lot of faith. If you're looking to be inspired to live life to the fullest, you need to read this book.