It’s very simple, really. They brought me this:
I make jokes about awesomeness all the time. That is truly awesome.
The dad in that video is a friend of mine from college. Unfortunately I’ve barely spoken to him since then, but we hooked up on Facebook a while ago, and I’ve been watching Adam’s progression through his Facebook posts. Adam has had that for 3 years – virtually his entire life. That video is the joyful culmination of a lot of pain, stress, prayer, and effort of a lot of people on Adam’s behalf, not to mention Adam himself.
I’m sure there are still challenges ahead, but that’s one hell of a mountain he just crested. Congratulations.
And thank you, Ken, for sharing it.