Keep adding more movies to this thread, and we will keep checking. Our content team will see what fits with our lineup.Joseph Triolo commented
I recently published a book titled: You Can't Take MY Son." It tells the story of a man who goes through a divorce and fights for the right to raise his three children consisting of two daughters, ages 16, 14 and a son age 10. The court decides in his favor and thus the story takes on a new and humorous tale as he learns, through trial and error, how to cook, clean, iron, wash or rather shrink clothes most of which he has turned pink. Children are transported to dances, ball games, and wherever else children usually feel a necessity to go these days. Most readers find themselves totally amused at the everyday events that men take for granted. When he believes that life cannot become more difficult, his son is stricken with Ewing Sarcoma, inoperable bone cancer. He promises his son that he will never quit on him, that he will remain at his side every second to fight this evil with him. Little did he know just how difficult a fight it would be. Watching his son lose his ability to walk. Hearing him cry out in pain and seeing other children and their parents in the hospital becomes overbearing, but he must keep to his promise.While exhausted, and carrying the burden of being father to all, he meets his son's nurse that he labeled "The Mean Nurse." A petty battle begins between the two of them. For instance; He wants to beat rush hour traffic in order to make the 70 mile trip home and she refuses to disconnect his IV because she wants him to be hydrated and not lose his kidneys. After watching the love that she showers these poor sick children with he begins to appreciate her. It isn't long thereafter that he falls in love with her. His son was told at the beginning of his treatment that he would have to undergo over three years of chemotherapy and fifty courses of radiation. Veins collapsed and no longer able to withstand the constant vomiting his son tells his father that he will not return for the 18 course of chemotherapy. It is Christmas and although his father does not believe himself worthy of a blessing, he pleads with God to save his son, to give him his son's cancer I will end the story here. The book, in it's entirety, can be purchased on Amazon, Kindle, Barnes & Noble & Nook. Kindly read the reviews. Note: all of which are five stars. Thank you for your time, Joseph Triolo 631 331-0511 PO Box 631 Miller Place NY 11764. P.S. When You are finished reading it please kiss and hold your children and thank God that you have them to hold.