The “feel good” story of the month.
I want to go to this place for lunch!
Fun Fridays,Steve with
Terrific! Thanks for this post. What an inspiration–and I know just how to start my mornings–the happy dance!
So many of us are less handicapped in the ordinary meaning of the word, but don’t accomplish nearly as much. This young man and his supportive family are inspirational.
That is so wonderful!
All things are possible through Christ. Thanks for sharing
We need more places this this!
Sorry … I was so excited I meant to say ‘like this!’
Thank you for sharing this. My 21 year old daughter has autism and uncontrolled seizures. She functions at about 18 months – too young to even have dreams. Usually, I’m not encouraged by these kinds of stories because they remind me how much Anna cannot do and never will be able to do. But this somehow touched me.
Great video! It brought big tears to my eyes knowing someone believed in him so much to help him start a restaurant. I was a restaurant owner in Sarasota for 10 years and we did breakfast/lunch and bakery. Hardest business in the world, but so much joy in it! I sold it about 8 years ago.
Tim will continue to do well with his attitude. Attitude is about 90 percent of the success of a restaurant in my opinion. Service with a smile and a hug will go a long way.
I also have a cousin named Christopher with Downs Syndrome and Autism. He is an inspiration.
Thanks for the post. We have a developmentally handicapped adult son. While he doesn’t own a restaurant, he got his start in one. Now he has a full time job at a food warehouse, boasts of his full benefits package, and has bosses that marvel at his eagerness to come to work. You never know how far God will take a child like that. It’s exciting.
Thank you for the inspiring video!
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