Trough the years, people have told James Stewart that someday someone was going to come along and help him.
He thought about those words as he learned to ride a bike. He thought about them as he bonded with his father over cooking lessons. He thought about them as he toured pizzerias to learn how to toss pizzas.
He thought about them as he lived his life with a malformed hand, a birth defect.
The reality is that Stewart, 34, doesn’t need help: He’s adapted, he’s determined and he’s doing just fine in his job making pizzas.