Student Makes Surprise Shot During SC High School Basketball Game
A freshman basketball equipment manager with Down Syndrome was surprised when he got put in the game. The reaction you just need to see for yourself.
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A freshman basketball equipment manager with Down Syndrome was surprised by his coach and team when he got put in the game. The reaction you just need to see for yourself. Carson has been the Philip Simmons High School JV basketball manager all season. He shows up the 6:45 a.m. practices before school. Coaches said it was time to give Carson his shot. His mom said he never expected to actually play, but when Carson heard his name called, he brought his game to the court!
A woman in Ohio has a grandfather who struggles to speak because he has advanced Parkinson’s. She used her skills and created a sound box using an old recording of him saying three little words. She took a voicemail recording she had saved from a couple of years ago and put it on a recordable sound box. so he could always say, “I love you.” Megan is a psychology student who studies in Cincinnati and visits her grandpa as much as she can. Since her grandpa’s condition has progressed it has been difficult for him to speak. He has always told Megan that he loved her before she departs, and she found a way that he can continue to do that.
A group of friends have come together to prompt a little humor by sharing real life. They are uploading their unphotogenic couple photos that are realistic versions of life, love and coupledom. They are calling them the best of the worst that definitely wouldn’t meet Instagram standards these days. They’re pretty funny.