Do you believe in miracles? Tough question, right? Today, I’m teaming up with Reader’s Digest to recount the year in miracles, big and small — but we’re not talking magic; I’ll introduce you to everyday people who have had extraordinary things happen to them. Jake Olson is a boy who lost his sight three years ago and is now hoping to be the first blind golfer on the PGA tour. Michael Crowe was scheduled to go into surgery when doctors discovered his heart had healed itself. Marine Sergeant Jeremy Cooney was deployed in Afghanistan when his wife Melissa sent him a video of his son Michael taking some of his first steps. Michael has cerebral palsy and was told he would never be able to walk. So… do you believe in miracles? If yes, why? If not, how do we explain these kinds of stories: faith, fate, really good luck? Share with me your thoughts!