Koons Automotive, the wonderful organization who donated the handicap van to Ryan, put together an amazing video that I thought you would enjoy. It is so touching. Heartfelt, actually. I decided to wait until today, the first day of the new year, to show it to you. I couldn’t think of any better way to start 2013.
For me, this year has so much potential. With the van it opens up the world. Above all, I want to find some inexpensive (or donated) local office space and “go to work” with Ryan. It will be good for both of us if I can make this happen. In some ways, I envision this space as a hybrid “Election Headquarters” and consulting services. A formal place where peripheral activity is centralized and managed. An area where Ryan receives therapy. A quiet space to work on projects with the assistance of knowledgeable people. Maybe I can even get around to writing that book that everyone tells me I should? It will allow us to give back to society in a big way. We have so much to offer. So much knowledge. So much!
I just need affordable/free space to get the ball rolling.
Okay, back to the video, titled A Story of Hope and Devotion: The Diviney Family, is just under four-and-a-half minutes long. I’ve probably watched it two dozen times. That’s how much I love it!