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PHOTOS: Lounging in the shade, listening to the birds

  • "He likes to be out here and listen to the birds," Pauline Copley said, while gently rocking the bench swing her 36-year-old son Zachariah on Wednesday afternoon, July 9, 2014 in their front yard in Concord. Zachariah, who suffered a very high fever as an infant, has experienced seizures since he was a young boy and has trouble with mobility. When the weather is nice and the errands are done for the day, Pauline and her husband Bill come bring Zachariah out to their front yard to feel the breeze and listen to the birds. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    "He likes to be out here and listen to the birds," Pauline Copley said, while gently rocking the bench swing her 36-year-old son Zachariah on Wednesday afternoon, July 9, 2014 in their front yard in Concord. Zachariah, who suffered a very high fever as an infant, has experienced seizures since he was a young boy and has trouble with mobility. When the weather is nice and the errands are done for the day, Pauline and her husband Bill come bring Zachariah out to their front yard to feel the breeze and listen to the birds.

    (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

  • "He likes to be out here and listen to the birds," Pauline Copley said, while gently rocking the bench swing her 36-year-old son Zachariah on Wednesday afternoon, July 9, 2014 in their front yard in Concord. Zachariah, who suffered a very high fever as an infant, has experienced seizures since he was a young boy and has trouble with mobility. When the weather is nice and the errands are done for the day, Pauline and her husband Bill come bring Zachariah out to their front yard to feel the breeze and listen to the birds. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

    "He likes to be out here and listen to the birds," Pauline Copley said, while gently rocking the bench swing her 36-year-old son Zachariah on Wednesday afternoon, July 9, 2014 in their front yard in Concord. Zachariah, who suffered a very high fever as an infant, has experienced seizures since he was a young boy and has trouble with mobility. When the weather is nice and the errands are done for the day, Pauline and her husband Bill come bring Zachariah out to their front yard to feel the breeze and listen to the birds.

    (ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

  • "He likes to be out here and listen to the birds," Pauline Copley said, while gently rocking the bench swing her 36-year-old son Zachariah on Wednesday afternoon, July 9, 2014 in their front yard in Concord. Zachariah, who suffered a very high fever as an infant, has experienced seizures since he was a young boy and has trouble with mobility. When the weather is nice and the errands are done for the day, Pauline and her husband Bill come bring Zachariah out to their front yard to feel the breeze and listen to the birds. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)
  • "He likes to be out here and listen to the birds," Pauline Copley said, while gently rocking the bench swing her 36-year-old son Zachariah on Wednesday afternoon, July 9, 2014 in their front yard in Concord. Zachariah, who suffered a very high fever as an infant, has experienced seizures since he was a young boy and has trouble with mobility. When the weather is nice and the errands are done for the day, Pauline and her husband Bill come bring Zachariah out to their front yard to feel the breeze and listen to the birds. <br/><br/>(ANDREA MORALES / Monitor staff)

“He likes to be out here and listen to the birds,” Pauline Copley said, while gently rocking the bench swing where her 36-year-old son Zachariah was resting on Wednesday afternoon, July 9, 2014 in their front yard in Concord. Zachariah, who suffered a very high fever as an infant, has experienced seizures since he was a young boy and has trouble with mobility. When the weather is nice and the errands are done for the day, Pauline and her husband Bill come bring Zachariah out to their front yard to feel the breeze and listen to the birds. “Life is great,” Pauline said.

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