The Canadian PressJuly 10, 2013 16:33
VANCOUVER - Rumana Monzur can picture a towering mountain or the blue sky on a sunny day. She remembers what the ocean looks like and can still conjure an image of water stretching out to the horizon.
But she hasn't seen her daughter in more than two years — when, during a trip home to visit her family in Bangladesh, she was the victim of a vicious domestic assault that left her blind and her husband charged with attempted murder.
"Each moment, I miss seeing her (my daughter) — and not only her, I miss seeing people," Monzur, 35, said in an interview Wednesday.