My everyday life, which is simply By(God's)Grace
Okay so I had to comment on this one. That was so sweet. Isn't that the kind of God we have, one who enjoys doing wonderful things for those who serve.
I don't have sound, what did I miss?
OH that was soooo waaaay coool!!!
Mrs. B, the teenaged boy in the video is autistic, and has been assistant manager for this high school basketball team. He couldn't play, but he was so enthusiastic that he quickly became a favorite of all the kids and fans at the games. For the last game of the season, the coach allowed him to suit up, and then at the final 6 minutes, he allowed the boy to play in the game. The crowd went nuts, so thrilled that he was in the game. The first two shots he made were air balls, then he made one! Then, amazingly, he made 3 3-point baskets, the last one at the buzzer - for a total of 12 points scored by this one - autistic - boy. It's really, really good! I cried! LOL
Hi Susan, this was worth waiting 45 minutes for it to download! Very neat! I have an autistic nephew; he's neat.
I love this video. A friend of mine sent it to me in an email and it made me cry too.~Kristi
Wow Susan. Thanks for sharing it - that was really neat.
Oh Susan....thanks so much for explaining it to me....that's so awesomely amazing! (o:
Wow, Deb! It took 45 minutes to download? You are one dedicated lady! LOL I would've given up.
That is so neat!! I love stories like this. I don't know how you put this on your site though. How did you? What an awesome story though. Thanks for sharing it.
Made me cry, too! lol Awesome story.
I cried when I saw this on the news and I cried again today when I read it. I was just so happy for this boy and for his parents.
That is just the most tear inspiring story. I have filled up far too many times today for one reason or another and that video just finished me off. How wonderful. Praise God! :o)
Thanks for taking a minute to read my ramblings and leave a comment! I appreciate it!