A Blind man and his dog
Joseph Emmons can't use his eyes. He's blind. He has a trained dog named Buster that leads him where he wants to go. Buster sees for Mr. Emmons.
Although Mr. Emmons has a handicap, it isn't a big problem. He has a useful job and he earns his own money. He sells brooms and mops to people in his part of the city. He has worked every day except Sunday for forty years.
Mr. Emmons get5 up at 6 a.m. every morning and eats breakfast with his wife. Then, he leaves the house at 7 a.m. He holds Buster and walks from house to house. He carries his mops and brooms with him. While he talks to people, the dog sits and waits. The people choose a broom, and then they pay him.